SOUND & SILENT
A Comparison of your
9.51;, Picture Area
16 mm 9.S mm • mm
The advantage of the centre sprocket hole needs
no emphasis for obviously your 9.5 mm. film has the
greatest picture area pro rata to its width and film
wastage is negligible. The film transmission is even and
smooth as projector claws and sprockets engage in the
centre perforations of the film.
Scanned from the collection of
Coordinated by the
Media History Digital Library
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9.5 mm SILENT
9.5 mm SOUND
1956 — 1957
L 1 M I T E D
NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD, LONDON, N.W.2
PRICES OPERATING NOVEMBER 1st 1956
L/ before a number (e.g. L/ 30125) denotes a SO ft. Film
Price - 5s. 6d.
D/ before a number (e.g. D/IO^^S) denotes a 60 ft Film
Price - 10s, 6d.
R/ before a number (e.g. R/30527) denotes a 75 ft. Film
C/ before a number (e.g. C/ 30601) denotes a 100 ft. Film
Price - £1 Is. Od.
M/ before a number (e.g. M/S017S) denotes a 200 ft. Film
Price - £1 16s. Od.
SB/ before a number (e.g. SB/Jflt2^) denotes a 300 ft. Film
Price - £2 15s. Od.
T/ before a number (e.g. T/9138) denotes a Sound Film
By arrangement with Walt Disney —
Mickey Mouse, Ltd.
Only Pathescope Mickey Mouse Films are the genuine Walt Disney
creations in 9.3 mm. film size.
L/30125 Pianola. With no roll of music for the Pianola, Mickey and Minnie
are hard put to it for music until Mickey cuts up the gruyere cheese.
L/30127 Jungle Dance. Mickey's pals in the jungle are delighted when he
joins them in a merry dance. Is it the Charleston or what ?
L/30128 The Big Boy Arrives. Mickey encounters difficulty in admitting one
of the audience to the great Vaudeville Show. It seems as though
there is no chance of him getting in, but trust Mickey to find a way.
L/30129 The Serenade. There is no knowing what Mickey would stop at in
order to show his love for Minnie. Yet here he finds serenading,
assisted by two friends, an unsuitable entertainment for sleeping
L/30I3I Horace HorsecoUar Performs. Mickey's Road Show is a great
success and Horace contributes his share of the acts. He is a great
one on the drum, or anything else within his reach.
L/30132 Mickey Elnlists. Taken from the "M" Reel "War's Declared", this
is a complete story in itself of what happens when Mickey goes to
join the forces.
L/30133 Hello Minnie. Down on the farm Mickey discovers he has a rival.
Taken from the "M" Reel "Down on the Farm".
L/30134 Two Owls. At night, all the world is at peace except the characters
in this film. With them it is anything but hush-a-by-baby. A Silly
L/3022I Pluto and the Rabbits. While Mickey and Minnie motor through the
country, cheeky rabbits tweak their ears at Pluto trailing behind.
Car and contents are soon in reverse gear.
L/30222 Free Feast. A wonderful spread of goodies attracts birds, bees and
others. You will love their methods of carrying off the spoil.
L/30223 Raining Cats and — Pluto. Caught in a rainstorm while picnicking
Mickey and Minnie find Pluto most helpful as a windscreen wiper.
L/30224 Mickey the Violinist. Playing the violin is a great art with Mickey,
especially when the stirring tune lashes him into a fury with his
L/30241 Donald Duck's Debut. With Mickey Mouse master of ceremonies,
Donald Duck is introduced to an unappreciative audience in the
great show organised in aid of the orphans.
L/30242 Clara Cluck. When Clara Cluck takes the stage at the orphan's
benefit, the audience expects a fine rendering of a vocal gem . . .
and they get it, complete with Donald Duck.
L/30290 Mickey's Taxi Troubles. Mickey is proud to take Minnie for a ride
in his cab, but the bodywork comes off, lands on Clarabelle Cow^ and
then more fun begins.
L/30291 All Hands to the Pump. An extract from "M" Reel "Mickey's Taxi-
Cab", showing the strange manner in which Mickey tries to repair
L/30292 Mickey's Redskin Round-up. Indian braves attacking Mickey's con-
voy out west are put to flight by an impromptu weapon devised by
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
L/30293 Pluto's Plaything. An extract from "M" Reel "Moose Hunting
Mickey", with Pluto sniffing around a strange-looking * man .
L/30294 Mickey's Bird Scare. Armed with something akin to a blunderbuss,
Mickey has the surprise of his life when the birds take no notice of
his shot. ,_
L/30342 Against Militant Midgets. An extract from "Mickey in Lilliput
("M" Reel), here you see Mickey lighting the diminutive army.
L/30343 In the Spider's Net. An extract from "Mickey in Lilliput", here is
Mickey coming off second best in a battle-royal with a colossal spider
which invades the miniature town.
L/30344 At Crack of Dawn. An extract from Super Reel, "Mickey in
Lilliput". showing Mickey's strange arrival among the little people.
L/'305I5 Once Bitten. Many difficulties are caused when Mickey attempts to
practice on his harmonica, by an unappreciative mozzy.
L/30516 Bumps Ahead. Horace HorsecoUar having been attacked in the
rear by a mozzy attempts to catch same, but receives a headache for
his pains. i i -u-
L/30518 Gallant Crane. Minnie loses her hat when visiting the building site,
but Mickey retains his head and manners even in this emergency.
L/30533 Mickey Tries Hard. Despite the efforts of the Alleycats Mickey
comes up smiling to score a try. /in^C/t ••\/i- J
L/30609 Fly Away Pluto. This was originally issued as D/30354 Mind
That Moose". Re-edited to a 30ft. film, this tells the story of
Mickey as the hunted instead of the hunter. , ,,. ,
L/306I0 Top C. Cartoon. Originally issued as D/30138 "More of Mickey s
Follies". Re-edited to a 30ft. film, this shows what happens to a
soprano when she refuses to cease singing.
L/30614 Boxed. Cartoon. A kangaroo takes over Pluto's new painted
kennel with the obvious result that "Spring" is busting out all over.
Pluto does not take too kindly to this and endeavours to put matters
right. He gets a new home of course right in the middle of a glass
L/30639 Ringc'rafty. An extract from M/30620 "Barnyard Olympics".
Have you ever refereed a boxing or wrestling match? If you
haven't then you'd best see this film and take warning — it might
happen to you I
L/30684 Spray Time. Mickey, courting Minnie on a steam roller, tries to
steal a kiss. Mickey chases Minnie, but his ardour is cooled when
she starts the drinking fountain.
L/30685 Flame Boyant. The twins decide to play with the smoke frorn the
chimney of a steam roller. Unfortunately one of them falls down
the chimney, rolls through the boiler and is thrown out by a very
60 ft. FILMS
wizard at the grand piano. h
D/30136 On With the Show. Mickey is a wizard at the grand piano H
rendering of his master-piece "brings down the house . It ala
brings the piano to its knees and to the point of retahation.
D/30140 Dwarfs at Play. A Silly Symphony in which the dwellers of Dwart-
town disport themselves with great gusto and not a few surprises.
D/30142 Music to the Rescue. Dancing and playing his way through the
jungle Mickey encounters fierce company, but manages to soothe
savage beasts with a melody. -ii 1 »
D/30145 Mickey Sells Hot Dogs. Of course Mickey coul. not possibly let
Minnie pay for her hot dog. He gives her one from his wagon but.
presumably the "dog" still has a little hfe left. Mickey has to be
of more ways than
D/30 I 46 Prelude Mickey. Believe it or not. Mickey knows of more ways than
one to play the piano. His touch is deft, his mastery assured and,
finally, his straight left is enough to bring any piano to its end.
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
D/30I47 Lunch for Three. The story of Mickey's meal-times taken from the
"M" Reel "All Aboard".
D/30 1 89 Minnie's Free Ride. Engine-driver Mickey is only too glad of an
opportunity to take Minnie for a trip. Taken from the "M" Reel
D/30 190 Froggie A'Wooing. On the calm mill-pond, Master Froggie goes
in search of his beloved. Taken from the "M" Reel "Beneath the
Stars". A Silly Symphony.
D/30214 Mickey's Brigade Turn Out. Here is a whimsical and amusing
display of dash and zeal on the part of many 'characters when a
night-call is answered by the Brigade.
D/30215 Minnie's Hero. When Minnie is threatened by a bullying gorilla
that breaks into her house, Mickey makes a smart capture of the
D/302i6 Fireman Mickey. As Chief of the Brigade, Mickey is to the fore
in a venturesome rescue of Minnie when she is almost enveloped by
D/302I7 Mickey Breaks Jail. In a dash for liberty, Mickey is successful
though impeded by ball and chain. Quite by accident one means
of escape hurtles him back into jail.
D/302I8 Fish Frolics. The irrepressible Walt Disney takes you beneath the
sad sea waves to see the adventures of a tiny fish that is whisked
into the way of an octopus. A Silly Symphony.
D/302!9 Polar Party. A Silly Symphony of the frozen North where an ice-
berg in use as an aquaplane is but one of many fanciful tricks of a
merry little gang.
D/30245 Donald Duck. Donald Duck makes his first stage appearance which
meets with mixed approval.
D/30296 Red Hot Indian. Braves carry off Minnie and Mickey dashes to her
rescue. In the end Minnie invents an unconventional means of
D/30298 When Winter Comes. An extract from the "M" Reel "Winter's
AComing", showing in a true-to-nature style made whimsical by
Walt Disney, the happenings in the wild as the first flakes of snow
D/30299 Harvest of the Fields. An extract from the "M" Reel "Winter's
A'Coming", depicting squirrels busily gathering the supply of winter
D/30300 Jog Along Joyride. An extract from "M" Reel "Mickey's Taxi-
Cab", showing Mickey grappling with an outsize in fares.
D/30301 Pluto Plays Possum. Mickey's pal, Pluto, nearly gets shot while
a'hunting. An extract from "M" Reel "Moose Hunting Mickey".
D/30356 Peg Leg Pete. Detective Mickey carries out the capture of a
wanted man whose crime is dog-snatching.
D/30510 Mickey's Aeroplane. Mickey's prowess as a pilot against adverse
weather conditions has to be seen to be realised. An extract from
the "M" Reel "The Mail Pilot".
D/305 I 1 Mickey's Narrow Escape. Pilot Mickey avoids capture by air bandits
after several hazardous incidents. Extracted from "M" Reel "The
D/305 I 2 The Skywayman. Mickey wins the love of Minnie, and the reward
for the capture of the Air Bandit. An extract from the "M " Reel
"The Mail Pilot".
D/305 13 Mozzy Moments. Mickey and his band of campers, attacked by a
colony of mosquitoes, show great ingenuity in driving them off. An
extract from the "M" Reel "Camping Troubles".
D/305 14 Buzzy Daze. Beseiged in their tent by hostile "mozzies" Mickey and
his pals complete a full bag in an ingenious manner.
D/305 I 7 Yukon Trail (2 Reels). Showing Mickey's gallant chase over the
snowy wastes in pursuit of his sweetheart Minnie, ending with her
release and the capture of Peg-Leg Pete the kidnapper. An extract
from the "M" Reel "Klondyke Kid".
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
D/30519 Tit for Tat. On the building site Mickey is tricked out of his lunch
by the foreman, but gets his revenge in an unorthodox manner.
D/30520 Rivetty Revels. In trying to steal Minnie's affections, the builder't
foreman gets a warm reception which eventually brings about hi«
downfall. Taken from the "M" Reel "Building a Building".
D/30521 Sir Lance-a-Lot. Mickey proves brain is better than brawn when
engaged in a jousting match with Prince Dippy Dawg. An extract
from the "M" Reel "Ye Olden Days".
D/30522 The Way Out. Minnie imprisoned in the castle tower by her angry
father is rescued by minstrel Mickey. Taken from the "M" Reel
"Ye Olden Days".
D/30524 What a Dream. What a nightmare for Mickey when he dreams he
is the father of a large family. An extract from the "M" Reel
D/30525 Meddlesome Mites. What happens when the children take over the
house can be seen with full effects in this film. Also from "M"
Reel "Mickey's Nightmare".
D/30526 P-aint Fair. Mickey's store of paint is discovered by the kids and
do they have fun. Mickey doesn't quite agree. Extracted from
D/30528 Loveslick Pluto. Pluto wins the affection of Minnie's dog Fifi when
he presents her with a box of chocolates. He doesn't tell her they're
really Mickey's present to Minnie. Taken from the "M" Reel
D/30529 Sweet Love. Sw^eets, or the lack of them, prove a bone of con-
tention between Mickey and Minnie but all comes out right in the
D/30531 Kettle of Canaries. Minnie finds the kettle a useful means of
capturing a number of playful canaries, but only after many amusing
incidents. An extract from "M" Reel "Wayward Canary".
D/30532 Canary Capers. Pluto earns Mickey's praise when he rescues a
lone canary from the clutches of the house cat. Taken from "M"
Reel "Wayward Canary".
D/30534 Mickey Rugger Hero. In the key match between Mickey's Manglers
and the Alley Cats, Mickey becomes the hero of the game by scoring
the all important points. An extract from the "M" Reel "Touch-
D/30535 Flat Out. With only seconds to go, Porky tries to iron out the
opposing team, Mickey unfortunately gets in the way, but recovers
in time to score again. Extracted from "M" Reel "Touchdown
D/30537 Santa Mickey. Mickey plays Father Christmas to a family of kittens
and is rewarded by the happy smiles of all the kids. An extract
from the "M" Reel "Mickey's Good Deed".
D/30538 Pesky Porker. Only Pluto's presence can satisfy the whim of young
Porker, but in the end their noisy exploits tax the patience of Papa
Porker. Taken from the "M" Reel "Mickey's Good Deed".
D/3054I Saxaphony Elscape. Mickey is captured by canniballs and is pre-
pared for their feast, fortunately his prowess as a musician saves
him from an untimely end.
D/30542 Well Done Pluto. Pluto has a trying time, finding some kittens in
a well, he wrestles hard with his conscience, eventually good over-
D/30606 Bosom Pals. Cartoon. Pluto and Hoppy, the baby kangaroo, have
a disagreement over Pluto's drinking bowl and prove anything but
sparring partners in the true sense of the word. Pluto jumps to it
with surprising results.
D/30607 Jack in the Box. Cartoon. Pluto senses trouble v^rhen a surprise
parcel arrives for Mickey from "down under". Unable to contain
his curiosity Pluto investigates, but the parcel proves one jump
ahead of him at every turn.
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
D/30608 Kid Gloves. Cartoon. Ringcraft is not Mickey's strong point
when opposed by the wily boxing kangaroo — w^ho certainly makes
hay of Mickey.
D/30633 Horse Senseless. An extract from M/30617 "Steeple Chase."
Dobbin pride of the stables decides to take a short drink just
before the big race. One swig at the trainer's bottle and Dobbin
finishes up almost having night mares.
D/30634 Hooked. An extract from M/30618 "Shanghaied." On board
the Pirate ship Mickey has to resort to all sorts of dodges to
prevent himself falling into the clutches of the Captain and his
D/30635 Scuppered. Mickey and Minnie are captured by the pirate chief
Peg-Leg. It is only Mickey's ingenuity and bravado that saves
the day and brings Peg-Leg to " book." An extract from
M/30618 " Shanghaied."
D/30636 Soft Soap. Taken from M/30619 "The Mad Dog." Pluto
resents having to take a bath and escapes from the tub at the
earliest opportunity. His curiosity gets the better of him when
the tablet of soap falls at his feet.
D/30637 Shakes and Ladders. An extract from M/30619 "The Mad
Dog." Pursued by the dog-catcher, Pluto endeavours to reach
home and safety. Only by the efforts of Mickey does he prevent
disaster descending upon him.
D/30683 Twin Troubles. The Twins, noticing that their nurse-maid,
Minnie, is flirting with the steam-roller driver, Mickey, get out
of hand, especially when Mickey offers to give Minnie a lift.
D/30686 Run-away Roller. The Twins capture Mickey's steam-roller and
start it going. It chases Mickey, creating quite a stir in the town,
but the fun really begins when Mickey ties the steam-roller to a
D/30709 Pluto Runs Riot. No self respecting dog likes a cat and friend
Pluto is no exception, so when he meets up with Minnie Mouse's
cat, we can only expect the fur to fly.
D/30717 Pluto in the Drink. Pluto goes for a swim and while enjoying
himself cannot resist the temptation of chasing fishy characters.
Things get electrified when Pluto meets up w^ith an electric eel
and is inquisitive enough to go * nosing ' about with an oyster.
C/30632 Horse Flies. An extract from M/30617 " Steeple Chase." " Bees
in your Bonnet," and " ants in your pants " are just expressions,
but to Mickey and his " horse, ' " wasps on your tail " is an
incentive to win the big race.
C/30638 Bubble Gum. Foaming at the mouth because he has swallowed a
tablet of soap, Pluto is taken for a Mad Dog. He is only saved
from an untimely end by Mickey's intervention.
C/30640 Tyred. From M/30620 "Barnyard Olympics." Mickey and Tom
Katz are deadly rivals in the great Marathon race, and the latter
pays little heed to rules and regulations in order to win the
coveted prize cup.
C/30649 King Konkered. Mickey, an assistant in a Pet Store, is left in
charge by the proprietor. During an amorous episode with his
girl friend, Minnie, the tame gorilla breaks loose. Consternation
reigns and Mickey decides to leave the new sovereign in charge.
M/30153 All Aboard. Mickey invites Minnie Mouse for a ride on his Iron
Horse. His elation turns to terror when the train slips back on a
gradient. Stoutly Mickey rushes to save his beloved from the
danger ahead. It is fun to watch what happens.
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
M/30I57 Moose Hunting Mickey. Mickey has become a "big-shot", but
while he and Pluto are in search of a moose the creature is in
pursuit of his hunters . . . and nearly catches them, too.
M/30I58 Mickey's Taxi-Cab. Mickey and Minnie Mouse, together with
Clarabelle Cow and a taxi-cab in strange adventures on the
M/30159 Pioneer Mickey. As Mickey leads the wagon train across the
prairie to settle in a strange land, Red Indians are watching and
waiting for the right moment to strike.
M/30321 Stage Struck Donald. Donald, with ambitions to be a big variety
star, causes all sorts of interruptions during Mickey's Orphanage
M/30390 Beanstalk Mickey. Mickey regales the children with a wondrous
tale of his daring deeds in Giantland.
M/3039I Come to Papa Mickey. A babe is found abandoned on the door-
step and bewails its fate despite all Mickey's efforts at pacification.
Pluto gives a hand, too, with equally poor results.
M/30392 Mickey Out West. Minnie Mouse, cornered by an out-size bandit
after the payroll, finds Mickey and Horace Horsecollar among
the canyons and ready to rescue her.
M/30394 Mickey's Robot. In a boxing match, Mickey's mechanical in-
vention is nearly falling to bits when its master has another brain-
wave resulting in King Kong's big brother receiving the K.O.
M/30395 Tailwagger Thief. Police patrolman Mickey and Detective Donald
Duck, get to grips with a dangerous bandit with a penchant for
M/30497 Mail Pilot. Mickey, as the Mail Pilot, shows his skill in eluding
and finally capturing the big bold bandit, much to the joy of his
M/30498 Klondyke Kid. Mickey, pianist in a Klondyke saloon, rescues
Minnie from Peg-Leg Pete, after an exciting chase through the
snowy Yukon wastes.
M/30499 Camping Troubles. Mickey Mouse & Co., experience trouble
with a plague of mosquitoes whilst camping out. The "mozzies"
are eventually driven off after many amusing sallies.
M/30500 Building a Building. Mickey and the builder's foreman do not
see eye to eye, but with Minnie's aid, they find the seat of the
trouble and Mickey and Minnie escape to happiness.
M/30501 Ye Olden Days. Minstrel Mickey rescues Her Highness Princess
Minnie from the Tower, and finally wins her hand in marriage by
defeating her suitor Prince in a tournament.
M/30502 Mickey's Nightmare. Mickey is thankful at being awakened by
his pal Pluto to find many little troubles are only a nightmare.
M/30503 Wayward Canary. Minnie's present from Mickey does not prove
so welcome as anticipated, his attempts to recapture a wayward
canary lead him into many amusing incidents.
M/30504 Touchdown Mickey. In a strenuous rugger match between
Mickey's Manglers and the Alley Cats, Mickey proves himself the
hero of the day.
M/30505 Mickey's Good Deed. After the sale of Pluto to the Porky family
for their son's amusement, Mickey plays Santa Claus to a un-
fortunate family and he is rewarded by the return of Pluto
complete with Christmas dinner.
M/30506 Puppy Love. Pluto spoils Mickey's romance by tempting his own
ladylove "Fifi" with the chocolates intended for Minnie. Fifi'a
generosity provides the happy ending.
M/30507 Mickey's Pal Pluto. Pluto rescues some kittens from a watery
grave, but has many struggles with his conscience when they
encroach upon his preserves, but all's well that ends well.
Cartoon — Mickey Mouse
M/30508 Trader Mickey. On a trade mission up the river Mickey is taken
prisoner by the natives, on the point of becoming a tasty meal, he
uses his musical abilities to rescue himself and Pluto from a some-
what unpleasant fate.
M/30617 Steeple Chase. They're all lined up at the tapes — any moment
nov^r and They're Off I Everyone's away to a fine start, but what
has happened to Mickey's mount? We could tell you, but then
that would only spoil your fun on seeing this grand little cartoon.
M/30618 Shanghaied. Shanghaied by the pirate Peg Leg, Minnie is saved
from a fate "worse than death" by her hero, Mickey Mouse. See
how he takes on the villainous crew single handed and gives them
a dose of their own medicine.
M/306I9 The Mad Dog. Pluto's antics on bath night will set you bubbling
over with laughter. In his efforts to avoid Mickey and the scrub-
bing brush he runs away to town only to be caught by the local
dog catcher. Mickey of course saves his pal from an untimely
M/30620 Barnyard Olympics. After being strongly contested by his rival
Tom Katz, Mickey overcomes the obstacles of the course and
catapaults himself to victory.
M/30630 Mickey's Steamroller. Mickey, at the wheel of his steamroller,
sees Minnie taking the children for a walk. He is tempted to
take the pram in tow when Minnie joins him on the foot-plate
and whilst he is busy courting Minnie the kids take charge of the
roller and speed away leaving a trail of destruction. It's real fun
to see how Mickey finally stops the iron monster.
M/30631 Fishing Around. Mickey takes his old pal Pluto on a fishing
trip in forbidden waters. The fish, however, are aware of their
presence and get up to all sorts of tricks to see that it is the
fishers who get caught. Caught also are they by the game-keeper,
w^ho almost succeeds in landing his catch, but thanks to Pluto
the pair "speed" to safety.
M/30648 The Pet Store. Mickey applies for the job of shop boy in a pet
store and sets about his duties with great gusto. He does, how-
ever, put far too much energy into his activities, and it is not
long before the whole shop is in an uproar. Beppo proves to be
more than a "young monkey", especially when he apes the
mighty King Kong. The other members of the shop decide to
give him a special "crowning" ceremony, during v^rhich period
Mickey decides that he must of necessity join the ranks of the
M/30670 The Fox Hunt. After a refreshing drink the Huntsmen are ready
for the day's sport, but the Fox has a merry time leading them
M/3067I Mickey Steps Out. Mickey sets out to court Minnie, looking
soick and span. Pluto, however, chases a stray cat and upsets
the whole love affair.
M/30681 Mickey's Mellerdrammer. All the pathos, drama, tears, and
laughter of the old-time Theatre are brought to light again by
Mickey and his troupe of " artistes."
SB/30386 Mickey in Lilliput. Shipwrecked, Mickey Mouse arrives in Lilli-
put and is attacked by the naval and military forces of the country
which he is later to save from visitation by a giant spider.
SB/30393 Penguin Love Parade. A Silly Symphony in which two loving
penguins fall out. One goes out to sea and is tracked by a
whale. Her lover goes to the rescue, distracts the attention of
the pursuer and leads him a merry dance, finally managing to
droivn the whale.
Cartoon — Popeye and Betty Boop
SB/30396 Outlook Very Black. Mickey as Robinson Crusoe, has man
Friday as companion in an interpretation of Defoe's evergreen
SB/30616 Mickey's Kangaroo. Pluto's new kennel is taken over by a new-
comer — a boxing kangaroo. In his attempt to take the kangaroo
in hand Mickey finds that he knows more about boxing than
Film Service Ltd
30 ft. FILMS
L/30262 Betty Boop's Tavern. In the land of Never Mine all work stops as
the whistle goes for lunch. The attraction is Betty Boop's Tavern,
to and from which the miners make a most amusing passage.
L/30264 Popeye's Slippery Work. When Popeye and his girl-friend, Olive
Oyl, take to skating you may be sure there is some slippery work
afoot. Olive is the learner whom Popeye lets slither into diiEculty
while he does a few^ fancy tricks.
L/30265 Popeye A'Scalping. Looking for a tasty meal, Popeye comes across
some Red Indians shooting ducks. By bending their arrows he
makes sure of capturing the birds while the Indians attention is . . •
L/30266 Heave Ho, Popeye. Deep in the jungle, Popeye and his girl-friend,
Olive Oyl, are assailed by creatures of the wild. On the strength
of a can of spinach, Popeye tackles the crowd in his own amusing
L/30400 Dust Bin Dust Up. An extract from the "M" Film "Not Now",
Betty Boop's pup is seen at loggerheads with a crowd of cats- To
put a stopper on the moggies, Pudgy tries to imprison them all in a
L/30401 X Marks the Spot. Popeye and Bluto as rival deep-sea divers,
squabble over the contents of an old oak chest brought from the bed
of the ocean.
L/30402 Olive on the Rails. Popeye rescues Olive Oyl from the clutches of
Bluto and from the path of an oncoming train.
L/30403 Logging Along. As in everything else, Popeye has Bluto as a rival
in lumber-jacking. Transporting the huge raft down-river is a
tricky business, as Bluto finds out.
L/30404 Calling on Olive. The opening clash between the two rivals calling
at Olive's homestead simultaneously. An extract from the "M"
Reel "Pleased to Meet Cha".
L/30405 Popeye the Jilter. The sailor-man leaves his wife-to-be on the altar
steps. Extracted from the "M" Reel "For Better or Worser".
Cartoon — Popeye and Betty Boop
60 ft. FILMS
D/30256 Noise Annoys Popeye. Having got the babe off to sleep while out
for a walk, Popeye is in no mood to brook any noise, no matter from
what source. See Popeye silence the radio station Y.A.P., steel
erectors at their hammering and, finally a whole traffic block.
D/30257 Matador Popeye. Spain's national sport is a big attraction to Pop-
eye, so big he scarcely notices the real matador carrying off Olive
Oyl. However, he ends up with Olive free and a complete butcher'*
0730258 Big Cheese Popeye. When Popeye returns home to find the place
surrounded by Red Indians, he is quick to take offence lest Olive
Oyl should be endangered. Settling the little Indians is easy, but
their chief. Big Cheese, gives Popeye his great opportunity.
D/30261 The Toy Shop. While Betty Boop is being crowned Queen of the
Toy Shop, one of the toys, an ape, becomes jealous and plans to
steal her away. The model soldiers come to her rescue as the ape
and his captive dash away.
D/30267 Birdies Love Cats. Espying a chick in the path as they career madly
to an outing, the Tom Cats' party dashes into the farmyard. Thus
does devastation come before the eyes of Betty Boop, until her
friends can stand no more and make the cats into cats meat.
D/304I3 She Loves Me Not. This is the story of Betty's abduction by a
rascally balloonist who deftly disposes of her lover and carries her
to great heights in his aerostat.
D/30414 Pudgy to the Rescue. An extract from the "M" reel "Little Nobody"
showing the pup's valiant rescue of a drowning snob.
D/30415 Health is Wealth. Bluto invades the Physical Culture class Popeye
is holding for young ladies and proves himself a devastating recruit.
D/304I6 Upsetting Bluto's Applecart. Popeye squares a horse's account with
a brutal master.
D/30417 Rapier Razzle. Taken from the "M" Reel "Choose Your Weppins".
Popeye does battle with arch-enemy, Bluto.
D/30418 Bluto Gets the Bride. An extract from the "M" Reel "For Better or
Worser", Popeye and Bluto are seen making their choice of a bride.
M/3024 7 I Elats My Spinach. Popeye goes to the Rodeo and tries his hand
at steer-roping and wrestling until his prowess becomes too much
for Bluto, who carries off Olive Oyl by way of retaliation.
M/30248 Old Man of the Mountains. Villagers are scared of the terror who
lives in the heights until Betty Boop arrives with an air of in-
difference to the local bogeyman whom she is soon to entice to his
M/30249 Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party. Weird, wonderful and spooky
happenings when Betty gives a party.
M/30250 Blow Me Down. Wandering over the seven seas, Popeye makes
a Mexican village a port of call. Here Olive Oyl is a dancer in a
saloon to which our sailor-man makes his w^ay to the accompani-
ment of grins, grimaces and gunshots from the local "boys", with
whom he is finally to settle accounts in a battle-royal.
M/30251 I Yam What I Yam. Landing on a strange island, Popeye, Olive
Oyl and their pal, need some form of habitation. In his fine style,
Popeye quickly mows down a young forest to make a hut, then
proceeds inland to find food. While he is away, Indians attack
the new homestead, but on his return Popeye rolls the intruders
down like nine-pins.
M/30252 Wild Elephinks. Landing on an island, Popeye presents his
visiting card in the form of a knock-out blow to the leader of the
reception committee, an outsize elephant. Meanwhile a gorilla
has seized Olive and carried her into the jungle. Dashing off to
Cartoon — Popeyc and Betty Boop
rescue his beloved, Popeye comes face to face with a whole tribe
of wild beasts, to whom he shows his prowess as a fighter trained
M/30253 Parade of the Wooden Soldiers. In honour of Betty Boop's
arrival in the Toy Shop, a giant parade is being held to crown
her Queen, when one of the toys decides to capture Betty. The
soldiers, with their tanks and aeroplanes go into battle to save
their favourite and bring the delinquent to book.
M/30254 Morning, Noon and Night. This is the story of a strange fate
which nearly befalls one of Betty Boop's little friends v^ho strays
in pursuit of a nice fat worm and gets in the path of the Tom
Cats' Social Club careering on its way to an oating. The whole
farmyard is upset; so are the "moggies".
M/30255 Seasin's Greetinks. Popeye takes Olive Oyl for a spin on the
frozen river. This upsets Bluto, who separates the pair by setting
Olive adrift towards a waterfall. As you would expect, a wonder-
ful rescue by the sailor-man and retribution for Bluto.
'Vl/30279 I Heard. In the land of Never Mine, Betty caters for the wielders
of pick and shovel and proves most resourceful when gas ghosts
make their appearance in the pit.
M/3028I Sock-a-Bye Baby. When Popeye is taking his infant for a per-
ambulation all should be quiet but is not. Popeye has to silence
many things from a radio station to rivetters at work on a new
building. Through it all sleeps Popeye Junior, but when he wakes
he needs more silencing than anyone.
M/30345 I Wanna be a Lifeguard. Popeye and Bluto both apply for a job
at the Dunk In Swimming Pool. The prospective hirer cannot
decide so he invites the applicants to demonstrate their prowess.
Popeye carries off the honours, but only just.
M/30346 Brotherly Love. Inspired by a radio address on Brotherly Love,
Popeye tries to reconcile the Gas House Boys and Boilermakers.
Attempts draw warm reception. Olive with fellow members of
the movement obtains the same result. With spinach, Popeye
devastates the lot.
M/30348 Let's Get Moving. Popeye visits Olive just prior to arrival of
removal man Bluto. Intense chagrin results in melee amongst
furniture of which not a stick remains intact in the end. Popeye
leads his girl-friend to a new homestead, with remnants in a
M/30349 Never Kick a Woman. Charmed as much by the assistant in the
Sports Department as by the idea of learning the art of self-
defence, Popeye yanks Olive into the shop. The banging of the
medicine ball indicates Olive's dislike of the demonstration with
whom Popeye is doing nicely, finally Olive wipes the floor with
M/30350 Iski Loveski Youski. Popeye and Bluto vie for the honour of
taking Olive Oyl mountaineering. Popeye wins so his rival re-
sorts to dastardly tricks to even tlie score.
M/30360 More Pep. To liven up proceedings Betty Boop takes a hand,
with disastrous results. Everything for miles around rushes about
at break-neck speed.
M/3036i We Did It. Triplet kittens are up to their pranks the second
Betty Boop goes out. Pudgy breaks loose in order to save them
from harm. In the course of galivanting, the home is wrecked
and Pudgy blamed for the damage until the rogues have troubled
M/30364 Happy You and Merry Me. Kitten Hiram, chasing a fly, leaves
his mother and arrives in Betty Boop's household. Gorging leads
to tummy ache, with Betty as ministering angel. Catnip is the
cure and the cause of all cats in the neighbourhood congregating.
Cartoon — Popeye and Betty Boop
M/30366 You Gotta be a Football Hero. Popeye and Olive have different
ideas about the merits of the former's team in which he packs a
demon. Popeye scores the winning try against the Giants, this
altering Olive's mind.
M/30367 Little Nobody. Pudgy the pup is snubbed by his socialite neigh-
bour, a lap-dog, until he makes a spectacular rescue which earns
his entry into the realm of snobs.
M/30368 No, No, a Thousand Times No. Presented in the form of an old
time drama, this is the story of temptation being put in the way
of Betty Boop by a rascally balloonist. Despite many offers, Betty
remains faithful to her lover.
M/30369 Hyp-Nut-Tist. When Popeye takes Olive Oyl to the local theatre
he cannot resist the opportunity to outdo a professional hypnotist
who tries some tricks on the sailor-man's companion.
M/30370 Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky. Neighbour Bluto, jealous of the success
of Popeye's gymnasium, invades the class for young ladies.
Dressed as a belle, Bluto engages Popeye in violent exercises until
his disguise is discovered.
M/303 71 Choose Your Weppins. Owner of a pawnshop Popeye gets into
trouble with a customer. With some of the old clobber around
the shop a mighty fencing match ensues.
M/30372 Be Kind to Aminals. Popeye and Olive Oyl are both smitten with
humanitarian principals v^hen they espy a van-driver flogging his
horse. Popeye battles on behalf of the horse, which joins in the
merriment at his master's expense.
M/30373 A Clean Shaven Man. Noting Olive's preference for beardless
gents, Popeye and Bluto hie to the nearest barbers. It is too much
of a temptation for Bluto, who tries to settle accounts with his
M/303 74 Pleased to Meet Cha. Popeye with posey, Bluto with candy, call
upon Olive at the same time. Olive decides to let them fight it
M/30375 The Adventures of Popeye. Popeye demonstrates to a small,
bullied boy, how he, too, can win his battles. The examples
being extracts from some of his films.
M/30376 A Little Soap and Water. When Betty Boop is trying to give
her pup, Pudgy, a bath, there could not be a slippery eel more
energetic. Even when the task is accomplished, it is not too long
before Pudgy needs another dowsing.
M/30377 Stop That Noise. Driven frantic by the unending din of city life,
Betty Boop flees to find that midges and other rural pests are
equally intent upon disturbing her peace of mind.
M/303 78 Taking the Blame. A kitten imported into Betty's home has the
happy knack of casting the blame for misdoing upon poor Pudgy
M/303 79 Dizzy Divers. Popeye and Bluto vie for the honour of retrieving
treasure many fathoms deep beneath the ocean. Spinach down
the life-line makes Popeye the winner.
M/30380 Not Now. Betty's pup, Pudgy, disturbed in his nocturnal slumbers
by moggies cat-a-wawHng settles accounts v^ith his disturbers, only
to have another rude awakening.
M/30381 For Better or Worser. Tired of messing for himself both literally
and figuratively, Popeye decides to get himself a bride at the same
Matrimonial Agency as his rival, Bluto. They choose the same
erirl and it is a fight all the way to the church.
M/30382 Swat That Fly. Betty Boop is sorely troubled by a fly that persists
in getting into her kitchen concoctions, but in the end the fly
pops out again.
M/30383 Judge for a Day. Rubbed up the wrong way on her travels to
the Court where she is working, Betty elects herself as judge and
doles out fitting punishment to offenders.
Cartoon — Miscellaneous
M/30384 King of the Mardi Gras. Popeye and Bluto as rival sideshowmen
at the grand fete cannot resist the temptation to steal the lime
light from each other. Competition develops fiercely when Bluto
seeks refuge on the giant-racer, he having stolen Olive.
M/ 5016 Felix Falls in Love. Greatly smitten vrith love for the vrhite cat
Nina, Felix feels revengeful when Baron Miten steals her away.
The captions in this film are in verse.
M/30118 Tally Ho ! Bonzo. Another delightful pen-and-ink cartoon by
the renowned artist, G. E. Studdy. This time Bonzo covets some
aniseed balls, steals them, is caught and punished by having one
of the sweets in a tin tied to his tail. Off flies Bonzo and the trail
he makes misleads a whole pack of hounds. Bonzo makes friends
with Master Reynard and saves him from being a real, and not
imitation fur collar.
M/30660 The Ugly Duckling. Mother Hen and her chicks snub all attempts
of the Ugly Duckling to join the family circle. Determined to
secure a companion, he sets off only to be brought to a halt as
a whirlw^ind approaches. The Ugly Duckling warns the Mother
Hen and saves the family from destruction. This brilliant Disney
cartoon was an Academy Award winner in 1939.
M/30738 Felix Meets Calamity Jane. Felix finding that the lady of his
dreams has not the face befitting his dreams applies a rubber and
pencil with gratifying and glamourous results. Her charm beguiles
him into many adventures at the bottom of the sea, including a
dual w^ith a sea monster and giant oysters, before he obtains the
necessary jev^ellery to please her. However, Felix finds that her
ingratitude is sharper than a serpent's tooth and he deals with
her. accordingly by tearing her out of his life I
M/30739 Felix in Outer Space. The Cat League decide that this world is
not a good place for pussies, so Felix is voted to explore outer
space to see if any of the planets are suitable for a new home.
After a series of cat-astrophies he sends a message home that the
King of Mars owns a very fine planet. The King, however, is very
surprised v/hen the cat invasion takes place.
M/30740 Felix Tries for Close Harmony. Felix, out for his morning stroll,
sees two bottles of milk on a neighbour's doorstep which make
him suddenly feel very thirsty. Much to his amazement Felix finds
that the mice have beaten him to it. After a struggle with his
enemies, Felix restores the milk to its rightful owners and is
rewarded by being given the run of the house, much to the
annoyance of the household pets v^ho try to get rid of him.
M/3074i Felix puts to Sea. Felix feeling very hungry decides to try his
luck on board one of the Navy's battleships. His antics please the
sailors much to the annoyance of the ship's goat who tries his
utmost to * fire ' Felix.
M/30747 Felix Non Stop Fright. Felix attempts to win the prize offered by
a newspaper to the first person to reach Timbuctoo. His method
of travel, Felix being Felix, is revolutionary — a mixture of Flying
and Deep Sea Diving with all the necessary adventures. He arrives
at Timbuctoo in time for a meal — and then discovers that he is
the meal. However, all's well that ends well.
M/30748 Felix Tees off for African Games. Felix tries golf and his attempts
land him in Africa. His behaviour annoys the natives and Felix
leaves quickly, feeling very " hippocritical.
M/30761 Felix goes to China. A musical session — a broken vase — an irate
wife ? Felix, realising that his wife will raise a storm, sets out for
China to replace the ornament. After many adventures, he brings
back the new vase and then ....
Comedy - Farce
M/30763 Felix Finds Himself in Merry England Felix owing his life to
Freddy the Fox, decides to save him from the Old English Hunt.
Naturally, everything ends happily.
M/30764 Felix Gets Involved with an Elephant. Felix tries to break into
a circus, but is unexpectedly transported to Africa, where he
upsets a tiger. His business acumen comes to the fore when he
finds an elephant and by transporting the animal home Felix enters
the circus as he originally planned.
M/30767 Felix Hits the Deck. Felix tries his hand at card tricks but
becomes involved with the Land of Cards he visits the Diamond
Mines and the King of Diamond banishes poor Felix in a very
M/30772 Felix has a Picnic. Felix takes his family for a picnic but the
meal has frequent interruptions. A cunning bunny cleverly steals
the picnic basket and w^hen Felix espies a stork bringing the
basket back — he believes his troubles are over — hovr wrong he is 1 1
SB/826 Felix is Hungry. All day long Felix looks for a meal but even
a promise of food proves of no avail until the little fellow puts on
his thinking cap.
SB/854 Fridolin at the Winter Sports. Puppets, not humans, give you
entertainment in this picture. Cleverly produced, here is the
story of a little fellow's adventures in the snow covered lands, with
plenty of amusing situations.
SB/30096 Circus Days. Featuring Bingo. Bingo is all for a bright life and,
once escaping from prison, the unwelcome attentions of a stray
warder are soon at an end. A passing circus gives Bingo an
opportunity to begin life again as a trouper. Soon, he proves
himself a wizard on the tight-rope, but comes to earth with a
bump in more than one sense. Exit Bingo in charge of a burly
SB/301 1 1 Bonzo the Traveller. Always into mischief, getting badly 'stung'
and ever creating a riot of laughter, Bonzo, the cute little figure
made dear to us all by G. E. Studdy, is just as lovable on the
silver screen. Here is Bonzo in gay Paris, and later, having tired
himself swimming the channel, in a cinema and dreaming he finds
the actual North Pole. Then he wakes up.
COMEDY - FARCE
L/30062 Oh That Mule ! A most intractable beast brings dire peril to its
owners' lives and limbs, first by going too slow and then by
moving too swiftly.
L/30063 The Alarum Clock. Two bed-mates use their ingenuity to over-
come their habit of over-sleeping. It all works well until the
"clockwork" becomes disarranged.
L/30309 Tailor Maid. At the art of tailoring Walter Forde is a past-
master, especially in accidentally stitching yards of material to a
customer's coat and sending him off complete with "tail".
L/30334 De Luxe Delivery. Hank Mann is more interested in reading a
novel than making deliveries. His meanders mean many scrapes.
L/30335 Messenger Mix-Up. Messenger Hank Mann turns the tables, or
more correctly the electric current, upon an opponent.
L/30337 The Turkish Bath. Castaways on a cannibal isle have a hot
reception from the local residents.
Comedy - Farce
L/30430 Mighty Mama. James and Jessie, shipwrecked on an island, find
favour with the local King and Queen until her majesty espies the
ruler being too friendly with the female visitor.
L/30561 Chimp Charming. Beauty is only skin deep — as is proved when
Cheeta, the Chimpanzee, obtains possession of a lady's make-up
case. All these aids to beauty are investigated and in the end
our chimp, Cheeta, is no chump, but instead a true beauty of the
L/30603 Head First. Comedy-Farce. Circus thrills — the high dive. Billy
Bevan, the odd job man, takes over the work of the high-diver
who, blindfolded, plunges into a small tank of water. Unfortun-
ately for Billy, an elephant with a long thirst gets to the tank
before him and Billy from then onwards plunges head first into
L/30612 Brace Yourself. Slapstick comedy. As a trick cyclist Billy
reaches the top of his profession. The circus proprietor can think
of only his monetary returns, when Billy starts on his daring ride
but he does not reckon on our "hero s" ingenuity.
L/30642 Leggo. Once again we go back to the good old days of slap-
stick comedy to the days when Harry Langden was a shop
salesman always getting the order of the boot. It's Harry's job
to serve the ladies but he finds that this can have its complications.
L/30727 Overcoat Overture. Harold Lloyd working in a large hotel
dreams about one of the lady guests. His efforts to impress her
are doomed from the start when he " borrows " some of the
D/30065 Ham, the Fly Fisher. Ham Hamilton uses most unconventional
methods to achieve the reputation of champion fly-fisher, and
maintains his position by pushing the game warden into the water.
D/30097 Sally Wants to Play. Sally, pet chimpanzee of Mr. Cherry
Kearton, in an amusing series of adventures encountered while
calling on a few animal friends.
D/30108 Stop Thief. Walter Forde in a difference of opinion with the
police. He finds plenty of opportunity to upset the majesty of
D/30316 Tailor's Dummy. Walter Forde let loose in a tailor's shop, g^ves
the wrong suit to the right customer and makes a general nuisance
D/30331 The Elopers. Bing Crosby, with a lady friend, hotly pursued by
her irate father, is aided by a pet ape in affecting an hilarious
D/30332 The Castaways. The adventures of a shipwrecked couple who
land on an island peopled by blood-thirsty natives.
D/3055 1 Eyes Front. A warning to drivers to keep their mind on their
business, otherwise they too might suffer from halucinations.
D/30554 To Ski or Not to Ski. A comedy showing the humorous antics
(to the onlooker, of course) of a beginner in the art of skiing.
D/30556 Washing Up. Featuring Laurel and Hardy. Showing our dumb
friends' exploits, and accidents, in the kitchen whilst giving a
helping hand in the task of clearing away the crockery. Our
helping hands turn out to be rather helpless hands as you will
see. An extract from the sound film "Thicker than Water".
D/30571 Charlie the Actor. Charlie, as a budding actor, just cannot make
the grade. Determined to prove to the director that he has
artistic abilities, Charlie "makes up" as a young lady. The
director, however, entirely in ignorance of the true facts, "makes
up" to the young lady. When the director finds out the truth
Charlie is not given the opportunity to explain and is forced to
seek shelter in the bottom of a well. This certainly dampens his
Comedy - Farce
D/30591 High Chink*. Harry Langdon, with the police close on his heels,
pauses for a rest by the wall of a nearby house. However, his
period of rest lasts less than "forty winks" for, much to his sur-
prise, a section of the wall disappears and so does Harry- — right
into the heart of a Chinese temple. Once inside he is involved
in numerous high jinks with various "high chinks". Before
accidentally finding his way out he has an encounter with a
Chinese dummy, is worshipped by the high priest and rescues a
maiden in distress.
D/30592 All Change. With Harry Langdon. Sid the sweeper de-
cides to make a journey on the subway. Trouble starts
when Sid, and his broom, get stuck in the door of
the train. The crowd surge forward and he is trampled
underfoot. He recovers and, with the broom wrapped
round his neck, tries to regain his feet. He finally does so but at
the expense of the downfall of the guard's trousers. At one stage
Sid locks the carriage doors and stops an angry crowd from
entering; when the guard sees this he promptly removes the bolt,
but at the same time Sid opens the doors opposite and the crowd,
plus the guard, race clean through, leaving Sid to complete his
journey in peace.
D/30604 Boot-i-FiiU. Comedy-Farce. The ring-master, always a man to
be reckoned with in the circus, tries hard to win the favour of the
beautiful star of the show. She however spurns his advances and
her pet monkey shows his disapproval also by emptying the
contents of his meal over the ringmaster's head. Pursuing him to
his caravan the monkey climbs into one of the showman's boots
and proceeds to hop about around the circus much to the con-
sternation of the ringmaster and to his meuiy followers.
D/3061 I Paws for Breath. Slapstick comedy. Billy Bevan — a circus
hand decides to take a ride into the country. Unfortunately he
commandeers the chariot which pulls the lion's cage and doesn't
discover his error until he's well on the way. Incidents followed
by accidents leave Billy in a daze and certainly in no mood to
"pause" for breath.
D/30655 The Snake Charmer. Charlie, having made merry just a little
too enthusiastically, takes a quiet snooze while at the local
Variety Theatre. He awakes, not to see pink elephants but
D/30659 The Duet. Featuring Charlie Chaplin. In the good old days of
Variety the custard pie was one way of showing your disapproval
of artistes. Charlie is the right side of the footlights, however,
and with the aid of Fatty Arbuckle, gives the male duettists a very
D/30690 Happy Returns. Our two friends celebrate Hardy's birthday by
taking their wives to a night-club. However, they meet two girl
friends, and Hardy, whilst endeavouring to play the Don Juan,
unfortunately does not reckon v^rith his wife's ingenuity.
D/30726 Penmanship. Stan Laurel bursts into the local Post Office and
picks up a pen. This should be the end of the story but the Post
Office pen, like all Post Office pens, refuses to function, so our
Stanley tries again, and again and again. The t-elegram is written
but the Post Office is left in chaos.
D/30728 Holding the Dummy. Billy Bevan running a very exclusive
dressmaking salon creates lovely dresses for lovely ladies and a
lovely mess for himself by failing to observe if the dummy lives
D/30751 Foot Sore. Stan Laurel takes Oliver Hardy away from hospital
after a foot operation, the idea is a caravan convalescence but
Stan's nerves get the better of him and Oliver's foot receives
treatment that is not conducive to good health.
Comedy - Farce
D 30753 Tea Time Capers. This little film is another prized memory
from the early days of the cinema. Stan Laurel masquerading as a
new house maid plays a trick on the local ' romeo ' of the district
and provides us with some hearty slap-stick laughs.
C 30644 Falsetto. Charlie Chaplin as a dentist's assistant in extracts from
his famous Keystone film, " Laughing Gas." He isn't exactly
everyone's idea of a dentist's helper he prefers a mallet to the
gas but he certainly makes the most of every situation, especially
when a pretty girl is in the chair.
C/30658 Cheese Heads. According to Laurel the best place to sell mouse-
traps is at a cheese factory. So they go to Switzerland to demon-
strate it. Their idea, like most of their schemes, is wonderful on
paper but in practice well !
C/30664 Cookoo. Having quite innocently paid for their meal with a
worthless bank-note and having no other " ready cash," Stan
and Oliver are forced to work in the hotel until their debt is
cleared. In the process they get many marks chalked up against
C/30687 Phonetastic. Laurel and Hardy are interrupted during their
phone call by a gentleman who ^vishes to phone his w^ife. The
telephone box is the scene of hilarious comedy, until the three
chumps succeed in knocking the box over.
C/30688 A Sorry Spectacle. (Laurel and Hardy.) Stan, in cleaning
Oliver's spectacles, breaks one of the lenses. Stan says that
they have received a legal letter threatening them with a law-
suit unless their outstanding bill is paid. In trying to burn this
letter they only succeed in causing more havoc.
C/30689 How to Sell a Carpet. Laurel and Hardy don Oriental disguise,
but their peaceful salesmanship proves unsuccessful. They apply
a more forceful method which unfortunately puts them on the
carpet v^^ith the police.
C/30691 Bowled Over. The two chumps, refusing to hand over their money
to gangsters, find that they have been " fixed " in no uncertain
manner. Nevertheless, the gangsters are swept off their feet by
the antics of these two princes of mirth.
C/30692 Hot Head. Whilst minding their own business (an unusual pro-
cedure for Laurel and Hardy), our lean and corpulent friends
run foul of a practical-joking sailor, who quickly regrets that he
chose such simpletons for his victims.
C/30754 Ghost in the Post. Yet another old time comedy. Laurel hiding
from the ever present arm of the law, decides that the local postal
sorting office might prove an excellent haven. The escapades
amongst the mail bags have to be seen to be believed.
" M" FILMS
M/5015 James and the Brown Hand. As two detectives attached to the
local hotel, James and George are called upon to deputise for the
manager when dire threats from a sinister gang drive him away.
The continued threats give James and George an opportunity to
introduce to you some really amusing slap-stick comedy.
M/5021 Snub, the Skating Ace. Snub cuts quite a figure on the ice until
a rival goes one better. Feats of still greater daring follow until
Snub's rival lands him in a hole. See how he rids himself ot
icicles and frozen clothes.
M/5029 Gowns Limited. When James and George open a gown shop
there is a furore over a customer's sticky seat. It leads to a
chase in which comical situations abound.
Comedy - Farce
The Rent Problem. Here are James and George in a large slice
of bother over payment due for their stay in a boarding house.
They make good their escape from the collector; it is the manner
of doing so you will like.
James Manages a Restaurant. With James maitre d'hotel, you
may be sure there is going to be some fun for you to watch. He
gets into all sorts of predicaments and must be thankful when
closing time comes.
Freddy Goes Greek. Freddy is so imbued with the spirit of the
Ancients, that his sisters decide they will follow his example to
give you an amusing story.
James the Jockey. James rides a wonderful horse race, flashes
first past the winning post . . . and wakes up in bed to find it was
all a dream.
The Two Cupids. Love will find a way, demonstrated by puppets
through the agency of maestro Starevitch.
Rowing Around. Featuring Laurel and Hardy showing their
exploits on the boating lake.
Jumpin' Jallopy. A series of "accidents" to a taxi-driver gives
much amusement to his rivals, an uncomfortable journey for our
"hero" and a general melee for all concerned.
Mixed G'rilla. George, keeper at the zoo, persuades his friend
Tom to disguise himself in an old monkey skin and ape the part
of the gorilla. The real gorilla has been put "out of action" by
virtue of the fac^ that George had been feeding it chewing gum.
The zoo's director tells George that the gorilla must be on view
when the governor of the zoo carries out his proposed visit that
afternoon. All goes well until the real gorilla puts in an un-
expected appearance. Needless to say the fur really flies when
both gorillas get together.
A Smooth Fright. George and Henry decide to take a short flight
around the town, but in their excitement forget to see that their
pet dog is safely aboard. It is only after the flight has com-
menced that they discover his absence, and they are even more
surprised to see him comfortably settled on the v^ing tip. George's
efforts to retrieve him and his own experiences in the matter, give
friend Henry a very smooth "fright".
Lion Escape-Aid. Slapstick Comedy. Have you ever been mar-
ooned hundreds of feet in the air with a hungry lion as a com-
panion? This is the fate that befalls our friend Billy when a lion
escapes from the circus. Billy doesn't mind having his head in
the air providing his feet are firmly entrenched on "terra flrma"
his motto being the more firm his feet the less the terror.
A Train'd Chef. Slapstick Comedy. Two hobo's find the short-
est distance between two points is the railway line and particu-
larly the train connecting them. All goes well until the guard
demands their tickets. Disaster in the form of WORK follows
the two tramps. Shanghaied into the "galley" they proceed to
cook up more trouble for the chef and passengers than was orig-
inally intended. Like the fish that they catch from the moving
train they are firmly deposited back on the end of the line.
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Pathescope Gazette ?
Comedy - Farce
M/30657 Sliding Scale. Featuring Laurel and Hardy. Take one large
gorilla, two prize chumps, one small piano and a ricketty swing
bridge, place them all high up in the Alps and you have the
setting for this first-class little comedy. Laurel and Hardy, waiters
at a big hotel, are instructed to move a piano to a small cabin
high in the mountains. At the best of times this would be quite
a job, but with Laurel seeing double, the task becomes almost
impossible. With only a few pieces of rope and a number of
insecure boards between them and a drop of thousands of feet
this is the time they choose to meet the gorilla. " What hap-
pens ? " the anwer's in the " infirmary I " An extract from the
Sound film T/9698, '" Swiss Miss."
SB/562 Charlie on the Boards. Charlie Chaplin, as a stage-hand at the
local music-hall, shows us in unmistakable fashion his opinion
of the various turns until he is suddenly called upon to assist
the Strong Man in his act. Uproar soon breaks out back-stage,
but Charlie has his own way of dealing with the situation. An
extract from the Keystone film, " The Property Man."
SB/563 Take the Air. Paul, employed in a builder's yard, takes life
easily, in spite of the foreman. A rollicking farce.
SB/600 It's a Gift. Snub, the great inventor, is called up by the Board
of Directors of an important oil concern to demonstrate his very
latest invention — a petrol substitute. His "juice" is served out
in pen-fillers — one drop for cars, two for flivvers. This is but
one incident in a long scream of farce. You should see the rest
SB/638 Freedom for Ever. Charlie Chaplin as an escaped convict, who
leads his guards a rare old dance along the beach and up and
down the cliffs. Soon, ho^vever, his fortunes improve and he
finds himself in the luxurious home of a delightful young lady.
But trouble follows him even there. One of Chaplin's funniest
efforts. An extract from the Mutual film, " The Adventurer."
SB/643 The New World. Charlie, finding Europe hopeless to live in,
decides to try his luck in America, and vfe find him in the steer-
age of an emigrant ship. On board he meets and befriends a
charming young girl and finds, to his astonishment, a great
passion growing within him for the damsel. Alas and alack,
v^hen the Statue of Liberty looms in sight they must perforce
separate I Poor Charlie begins his wanderings on the nevr
Continent with a sad heart and even sadder pockets until, one
day, entering a restaurant, though he scarcely knows hov^ he is
going to pay for what he gets, he sees the charming girl again.
From that day Fortune begins to smile on him, the bill gets paid
and Charlie gets the girl.
SB/648 The Water Cure. We never quite know why Charlie Chaplin has
to " take the waters " at a hydro full of eccentric old men and
weird ladies, but he soon enlivens the place and makes everybody
happy " in a highly original way. This film has as many laughs
per second as any audience can react to. An extract from the
Mutual film, " The Cure."
5B/65 1 Easy Street. Probably Charlie Chaplin's most famous early
comedy. Charlie as a policeman is, perhaps, understandable, but
Charlie as a super-policeman, ruling the toughest part of the
town. Easy Street, with its particularly obnoxious bully, is some-
thing quite extraordinary. In the end Charlie has not only
quietened the neighbourhood, he has reformed it ! Adapted from
the Mutual film.
Comedy - Farce
SB/654 A Gallant Fireman. Charlie Chaplin is a member of the local Fire
Brigade this time. Needless to say, this new situation gives him
endless opportunities for the wildest slapstick as well as a good
deal of subtle pantomime when will he get those bells right ?
But soon trickery and rivalry enter the scene, and before long
there is the most inefficient fireman ever born rescuing a fair
damsel from a burning house. Strange that she should be the
brigade chief's girl-friend I An extract from the Mutual film,
SB/666 Hurrah for the Holidays. Sunny Jim is up early and soon gets
busy I Mickey too is a bright lad — at playing the 'cello and at
darning stockings! See the jolly tribe get together and, work
forgotten, set out to explore the Desert Island.
SB/669 Gipsy Life. Charlie Chaplin, plus violin, has taken to the open
road now^, and soon he is befriending a young girl in a gipsy
encampment, w^hose life is one of endless bullying by the gipsy
chief and a vile old gipsy hag. Right triumphs over might, but
soon fate overtakes the happy couple, and they are almost
separated. Rather more pathetic than usual, this is an acknow-
ledged Chaplin masterpiece. Adapted from the Mutual film,
SB/670 Shop. Charlie Chaplin as the long-suffering but meddlesome
assistant in a pawnshop, has to be seen to be believed. The
comedy he can extract from the three brass balls, from the various
customers who visit the shop, from the hard-hearted pawnbroker
and his pretty daughter, from a length of rope on the floor, even,
is of the highest order. Another Chaplin masterpiece, ageless in
its humour and pantomime. An extract from the Mutual film.
SB/728 Full Steam Ahead. Our Gang again. All out for the excitement
of the day. They seem to enjoy driving crazily about in trains,
and leave us with a feeling that we are safer out of the picture.
SB/730 Paul Becomes a Cave-man. Suffering from an inferiority com-
plex, Paul has a great difficulty in the neighbourhood. Even
Rose, his charming friend, finds him funny. He conquers both
his rival and his weakness by auto-suggestion.
SB/74 7 The Little Follies Girl. (2 Reels). Peter Verdy falls in love with
Lola who is mistaken for a boy when she appears in stage regalia
before a rich uncle who has other marriage plans for his nephew.
The tangle ensuing is finally sorted out with excellent results all
SB/754 Billy, the Sea Dog. Fancy taking a rich uncle for a sea trip and
landing him in great peril, first from drowning and secondly
pursued by smugglers. That is the mix-up Billy gets into. Safety
is reached in the most unconventional and amusing way.
SB/756 Jackie's Fire Brigade. Our Gang unknowingly discover the secret
store of a bootlegger, which they take for use as a fire engine.
Soon the alarm is sounded and away they dash. Their good in-
tentions are not in vain for the police investigate their "water '
supply and capture the bootlegger too, thanks to the imps.
SB/759 Your Money or Your Life ! From the very beginning Paul proves
himself a handyman to have about the place, especially out West
where he is expert at foiling thieves who would steal if Paul would
not get in the vv'ay so often.
SB/760 Rolling Around. Charlie Chaplin is a regular visitor to the local
roller-skating rink though his method of entrance is a little
unorthodox. Before long he is acting the gallant knight again,
shielding from the odious attentions of a fat man, a shy young
girl whose prowess on skates is onlj' slightly less than his own
Of course, the cops have to break up all the fun in the end, but
Charlie makes his getav^ray on twelve \vheels this time ! An
extract from the Mutual film, " The Rink.
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SB/761 The Count. Charlie Chaplin, lately sacked by his gigantic tailor
boss, both find themselves at a party wearing false colours, the
boss posing as a count, while Charlie is induced to masquerade
as his secretary. There are endless openings for brilliant and
amusing slapstick at the posh party, but things are not helped by
the eventual arrival of the real count. Adapted from the Mutual
SB/763 Waiter ! Charlie Chaplin as a waiter is something the restaurant
has never had to contend with before. Watch him mix those
drinks and serve that obstreperous big fellow over there. Here
slapstick is allied to dexterity, and the laughs leave you quite
breathless. Another extract from the Mutual film " The Rink."
SB/764 A Joyous Journey. Our gang takes the place of four small lads
who have run away from home, and are being taken back whether
they like it or not. What fun the impish imposters have being
taken away from their home. Imagine their conductor's horror
on finding they have to be taken all the way back, by train again.
SB/766 Sporting Paul. Paul Parrott as a baseball fan I Having lost the
entrance money to the great match between the "Tigers" and the
"Bees ', Paul does not mean to miss seeing the g^me. He tries
all sorts of dodges to watch his team, but bad luck and the stadium
attendant are ever-present. A handy hose-pipe gives him an
idea. A "rainstorm" clears a part of the ground and Paul gets
in with a discarded ticket. His enthusiasm makes him over-
balance and he falls out of the ground. So it goes on, until Paul
appears as a player. What an exhibition he gives before running
out of the ground to wed his girl friend Daisy.
SB/771 Sky High. The "inside story" of a creche, or Mothers' Aid
Department. Gussie and Archibald lose one of their charges and
have much difficulty in effecting its return from the top of a
skyscraper. Then they wake up to find it's all a dream.
SB/8 1 2 Accidents Will Happen. Alfred and Jules, victims of an auto-
mobile accident, are taken to the clinic of the great Doctor
Pankrass and are subjected to severe treatment due to their
flirtation with the nurse.
SB/815 Panic ! Two irresponsible garage hands obtain a position in the
local stores and lead the proprietor and the customers a merry
SB/823 Conjuror James. James is the star turn of the touring variety
company, but his efforts to keep the locals amused are doomed
to failure though he tries ever so hard.
SB/833 Our Gang Out for Fun. Our Gang is forced to stay with a
friend until all danger of an epidemic is passed. During their
stay, the rascals well nigh wreck the home with their impish
SB/835 Snub, the Oil Magnate. Oil beneath the ranch is nothing to Snub
until a smart chappie tries to do a deal that covers only paying
for the land. Snub wakes up to become a big figure in the oil
industry, diamond buttons, fine car and much else.
SB/836 Crazy Villa. In the absence of their uncle, two spritely young
fellows visit his home and find it occupied by some very strange
spirits that pop up from unexpected quarters and startle the
visitors and their friends.
SB/847 Snub, the Ferry-Boat Man. Snub is doing badly with his ferry
and his creditors until he befriends a Miss Robson. In return,
the girl stages a bathing belle party and spectators have to use
the ferry . . . until a swordfish thinks differently.
SB/848 Our Pet, the Baby. Mother thinks Baby is a darling, but Father
has quite a different experience Vi^hen he is left at home to look
after the infant. To stop the youngster from howling down the
house, papa becomes more and more ingenious.
Comedy - Farce
SB/856 James and George, Kidnappers. Sporting an advertisement of a
reward for a lost child, James and George think they are in the
big money when they find a wandering infant not even lost.
1 hey have a rude awakening coming to them.
SB/85 7 Cowboy Comedy. Real Cowboys are particular about new
hands, and Joe and Bill, two greenhorns, come in for a good deal
of ragging until they accidentally catch a dangerous bandit.
SB/868 Up for Auction. Having put himself up for auction in order to
raise sufficient to discharge a debt, George finds his new owner,
Banjo Bill, has insured him heavily and is intent upon his destruct-
ion. All sorts of stunts are tried, but having got the better of
Bill, George finds it was all in vain . . . the Insurance Company
has closed its doors for ever.
SB/870 Radio Rescue. Quarrels are frequent in a new homestead. One
evening there are piercing cries suggestive of murder . . . the
police are called . . . but it's only a radio play.
SB/883 The Last of the Knights. A rumpus outside and inside a Studio,
where one film "extra" has good reason to be thankful he is cast
as a man in armour.
SB/884 Honeymoon. (3 Reels). Jack and Yvonne marry for love,
while their parents think it is for money. The young couple
cannot raise a loan so they go to work. A grand little comedy.
SB/886 The Town Rat and the Country Rat. Nearly everyone knows
the fable of the same name as this film. Now Starevitch, the
famous animator of plastic figures, has adapted the story into a
film of humour and drollery featuring his puppets.
SB/887 Master of the World. (3 Reels). One night an unknown person
leaves a mysterious package in Harry's taxi. A strange machine
is in the case and Harry tries it on . . . and becomes invisible.
Thus he has the means of perpetrating a number of stunts until
a false friend takes it away for evil purposes, a bank robbery
SB/4381 Charlie, Detective. (2 Reels.) Charlie Chaplin is a janitor in a
big bank this time, but most of his working day is spent in dowsing
all and sundry with his w^et mop and in distant adoration of
a very pretty typist. But she loves another, the timid cashier,
and not until robbers attack the premises does Charlie have a
chance of showing her his mettle. A pity it ■was all a lunch-
hour dream ! Adapted from the Essanay film, " The Bank."
SB/30074 Ape-Y-Days. (2 Reels). Mary-Mary, pet chimpanzee of Mr.
Cherry Kearton, the world-famous explorer, novelist and cine-
matographer, entertains you with a few excerpts from her
repertoire and invites your company in seeking adventure. After-
wards there is tea and a quiet cigarette. A lovable creature and
a story all will enjoy.
SB/30082 Sally's Day Out. A film produced by Cherry Kearton of the
adventures of one of his pets. Sally decides to pay a few calls
upon her friends and invites you to go too. It is surprising the
places she has to visit, as v^rell as a remarkable insight into the
home-life of many wild creatures.
SB/30090 Pot-Pourri. This reel, apart from being very funny in itself to
modern eyes, is of great historical interest. Here is a genuine
selection of very early screen entertainment, including two muscu-
lar young ladies doing some unusual juggling, a complete melo-
drama with villain and fair maiden, and a brilliant bit of fooling
by the once-famous clown, Tontalini, doing his short-sighted
SB/30202 A Man's Size Pet. A Western Comedy of two cowboys who
simply love practical jokes until a thoughtless Justice of the
Peace feeds a pet bear with a dose of snuff. Then the scrambling
begins and your laughs grow still louder.
SB/302 I 1 Walter Finds a Father. While Fish and his wife are lamenting
the apparent loss of their dear son, their daughter identifies the
missing fellow working on a building estate. The mark by which
Walter Forde is recognised is really only a spot of dirt, but before
the truth is known quite a lot occurs.
SB/302 7! Chicken-Cooped. Featuring Flora Finch, this old time comedy
is as good and amusing as ever. It tells of a stranded troupe of
artists, their visit to Flora's home while she is away and the final
accounting when fire takes a hand in bringing the residents into
SB/30568 The Biter Bit. There is never a dull moment or a safe one
either v^hen the Taxi-boys are on the road. Here again, we
see Billy Gilbert and Ben Blue filled with good intentions, but
lacking the wherewithal to carry them out. When Diamond Joe
and his female accomplice attempt to smuggle jewellery through
the Customs, it is the two nit-wits who provide the way out.
Having planted the jewels in Ben's pocket, the difficulty arises as
to how to get them back. By the use of female charm, the "boys"
are lured to a strange house where the "transfer" is to take place.
Sliding panels, trap-doors, queer noises and strange "goings-on"
provide plenty of laughs and many narrovy squeaks for our dumb
SB/30584 Free for All. Billy Gilbert, proprietor of a new delicatessen store,
finds his assistant, Ben Blue, more than a handful. Whatever Ben
puts his hand to always finishes up in trouble, especially when he
opens up the alarm clock instead of a can of soup. In despera-
tion Billy asks Ben to paste up the notice announcing the opening
of the new shop. Here again Ben connes unstuck, and so does
the notice. Ben replaces this, but not in the same way as the
proprietor intended it and when the local inhabitants see the
sign "Everything Free" the delicatessen store is besieged by a
plague of human locusts. As is usual, Ben emerges from the
fray head in air, but his feet firmly planted in trouble.
SB/30585 Ghost Pimples. Henry and George are lost in the woods and
coming across an old and apparently deserted house decide to
break in and rest there for the night. Unbeknown to them, the
house is the headquarters of a team of scientists who, v^ishing
their activities to remain a secret, have arranged many unusual
and somevifhat eerie deterents for unv/elcome and uninvited
visitors. Henry and George blunder from one experience to an-
other and are very glad when day-break comes and they are able
to pursue their walk in peace and comparative safety.
D/303il Redskin Raiders. An extract from the Super Film "Glorious
Sacrifice ". Indians attack a wagon train carrying settlers out
West. A page of American history reconstructed for the cinema
D/30569 Thwarted Thieves. Suitable for the children, here is a Western
showing the hold-up by bandits of a small jeweller's store. The
jeweller resists the attack until the very timely arrival of the
Mounted Police. This leads to the hurried withdrawal of the
bandits with the Mounties close on their heels and, in accordance
with their motto "we always get our man ', one of the bandits is
brought to justice with the assistance of a lone cowboy who is
attracted by the noise of the shooting.
D/305 70 North West Justice. One day whilst on patrol our Mountie
friends sight their comrade's cabin being attacked by a group
of bandits, so they immediately ride to give assistance, but they
reach the cabin too late and find their friend has been killed.
The chase that follows eventually leads to the capture of two of
the gunmen and the killing of a third during a gun duel.
C/30679 Trigger Law. Shanghai a gold prospector prepares to ride to
town with the results of six months* hard work. Porter a local
bad man tries to intercede and rob Shanghai of his gold and his
daughter, but Hopalong and Johnny arrive to save the day and
C/3073 1 Ambush. Hop-along-Cassidy, masquerading as a gunman, joins
a rustling outfit, but the gang leader Black George discovers
Cassidy's true identity. The gang unsuccessfully try to ambush
Cassidy when he rides through a local ravine.
C/30732 Cassidy's Triumph. Johnny, Hop-along's trusted Lieutenant, is
taking Pablo, a wealthy little Mexican boy, to his parents. Johnny
is ambushed by a kidnapper. Spike Ralton, succeeds in driving
him off but in the ensuing gun battle Johnny is badly wounded.
However, Hop-along arrives on the scene in time to prevent Ralton
giving the coup de grace to Johnny. A fight takes place on the
cliff edge with Cassidy a weary victor.
C/30733 Gun Justice. Hop-along-Cassidy and Johnny are captured by a
gang of rustlers who decide that they are too dangerous to their
life of crime and take them to a desert region under guard of one
of their rough-necks. Cassidy's cunning succeeds in freeing Johnny
and himself from this awkward position.
M/30734 Mesquite Trail. Johnny escorting Mary, one of his attractive
neighbours, over bandit infested country, suddenly stumbles across
a gang of bad men holding up the Mesquite Stage Coach. After
sending Mary to fetch Hop-along, Johnny rides in to the attack.
During the fight in which the Stage Coach driver and guard are
killed, Johnny is wounded and Cassidy's arrival saves him from
meeting an untimely death at the hands of the gang.
SB/30183 Courage of Collins. (2 Reels). Miss Foster and her brother
David are threatened by claim jumpers and are saved by the
heroics of Collins, a member of the Mounties.
SB/30198 Four Square Steve. (2 Reels). A first-class drama of the West,
with Edmund Cobb playing the leading part and saving the heroine
from the menace of a rancher of designing ways. Hard-riding,
spectacular rescues and one good fight are some of the high spots.
SB/30199 The Two Fister. (2 Reels). Another and excellent Western
Drama in which desperadoes are brought to book by a Mountie
after several escapes across the border.
SB/30228 Glorious Sacrifice. (4 Reels). Featuring Tom Keene and Joan
Barclay. One of the strongest points of this film is its ingenious
virility. The story is fast moving, climax after climax leading to
a terrific fight as the Red Indians make their last stand against the
white men, invading territory which had formerly been theirs.
Set in the period immediately following the American Civil War,
you will assuredly enjoy following the fortunes of the characters,
especially a moving court room scene in which the leader of a
Settlement has to pass sentence upon his lieutenant.
SB/30559 Murder on the Yukon. (3 Reels). This is the story of a
counterfeiting gang who take their game a bit too far and event-
ually revert to killing. Later their victim's body is found and the
Mounted Police take over and, during their investigations, find
the counterfeit bills that vk^ere paid to the dead man, thus estab-
lishing the identity of the gang leader. After a fight that follows,
the gang is rounded up and convicted of murder and counter-
feiting. Featuring James Newill, Polly Ann Young and Dave
O'Brien. A more comprehensive synopsis will be found on page
84 against the Sound version of this film.
SB/305 73 Whirlwind Horsemen. (3 Reels). Ken Morton and his pal
Happy Bill go to the assistance of Jim Radford, a rancher, who
has been badly shaken after an attack by bandits. A meeting is
called and ranchers from all around gather to discuss ways and
means of combating the terrorists. Whilst the meeting is in pro-
gress Jim Radford's ranch is raided, and news of the attack brings
the ranchers riding in pursuit; the bandits make off leaving one
of their dead behind. Ken recognises the hat v^^orn by this killer
as that of his friend Cherokee. Further discoveries are made and
eventually the bandits are rounded up and Cherokee saved from
SB/30678 Rawhide. Hopalong Cassidy and Johnny set out to capture the
robbers that raided Tv/in River's Bank. Johnny is captured but
his cunningly contrived death is averted by sheer chance and
Cassidy, with a ruthless determination, disposes of the outlaws.
C/30680 Bealine to Jersey. From the arrival at Waterloo Air Terminal
the full travel procedure is seen through the eye of the camera;
thus you, in your armchair, can experience the full thrill and
excitement of air travel.
M/1548 In Scotland and the English Lake District. A movie visit to Scot-
land's Lochs, the falls of Inversnaid and Derwentwater.
M/5006 With the Malagasy in Madagascar. In the third largest island
in the world, twice the size of the British Isles, native life is full
of interest. Visit Madagascar on the screen whenever you like.
M/30286 Old Sussex. Showing landmarks such as Pevensey Castle and
Battle Abbey, beauty-spots such as Rye and Beachy Head, to-
gether with the country's picturesque farms and ploughland.
SB/751 Across Alaska. An interesting film record of the travels of two
explorers in the wildest parts of the frozen north. Homes of the
Eskimos, the ice flioes of the River Yukon, Mount Katmai in vol-
canic eruption, and the fishing of bears in streams laden with
salmon hurling up-river to spawn are clearly shown.
SB/7 74 Air Highways. A pageant of the countryside of other lands seen
on an aerial cruise from Europe to South America with the Graf
Zepplin in the role of a Thomas Cook's conductor. Across the
Atlantic, the dirigible lands you at Rio de Janeiro and you continue
the journey by 'plane. A unique travel film.
SB/841— 5 In the Footsteps of Marco Polo. This is a cinematographic report
of the Citroen Central Asia Expedition. The account of the
journey has been divided into five chapters, each a separate story.
The object of the Expedition was to find traces of the Silk Route,
followed in the fifteenth century by the great traveller, Marco Polo
and to endeavour to re-open this pathway between China, Persia,
Arabia and even Europe. Nearly 12,000 miles are covered, many
places visited, while hardships and unusual sights are frequent.
SB/871 Norway and Sweden. The greatest of Europe's peninsulas visited
with the movie camera and revealing many national interests.
SB/874 Morocco. An intimate study of an age-old countryside.
SB/ 1543 La Saint Chapelle. One of the most famous sights in Paris visited
by all tourists, is a fitting subject for a movie film.
SB/30073 Wanderlust. Tanganyika is as good a place as any for explor-
ation. Here you v^^ill see wild beasts galore and find a fascinating
study of the smaller children of nature. Here are creatures in
their native surroundings, a Naturalist's paradise.
SB/30092 In the Footsteps of the Conquerors. First we visit Peru, then
onward across the Andes to the Maronon river and so on to
Venezuela. Quite an interesting trip with lots to see and learn
on the Vi^ay.
SB/301 15 North of Zanzibar. (2 Reels). The Lamu Archipelago is an
age-old group of islands where trade once flourished. Now times
are quieter but life is still very interesting.
SB/30160 In Search of Adventure. Episode I. This is part of a record of
an expedition which travelled I 5,000 miles from Mexico to un-
known Borneo. With Episodes II. and III. it gives the complete
chronicle of the journey, but each episode is in itself a complete
story. Episode I. tells of the journey and fascinating sights from
Mexico City across the desert wasteland to Mazatlan on the
Pacific coast and from there across to Guadalope Island.
SB/30161 In Search of Adventure. Episode 2. The expedition travelling
from Mexico to unknown Borneo arrives at Singapore and wit-
nesses the Kali Chudas, the Hindu Fire Ordeal. Then onward to
Borneo and a visit to the Melattan tribe of head-hunters.
SB/30162 In Search of Adventure. Episode 3. Progressing into the in-
terior of Borneo, the expedition searches for confirmation of
rumours that the Wild Woman of Borneo really exists. It is an
exciting journey and many wild beasts are met on the way.
SB/30160. SB/30161 and SB/30162 can be shown as separate
stories or all three as a complete account of the journey from
Mexico City to unknown Borneo.
SB/30177 Marvels of the Amazon. Episode I.
ing Mantis, the hoary Frankenstein
Tarantula and other creatures who
around this mighty waterv^ay.
SB/30180 Marvels of the Amazon. Episode 2.
the Honey-Bear and the real Ant Eater, are the first of the
subjects we meet in this fine travelogue. Later there is a visit
to the home of the Humming Bird and to other creatures of the
wild. A complete story in itself.
SB/30182 Marvels of the Amazon. Episode 3. Further still along the
world's longest waterway other denizens of the jungle greet us
and provide an opportunity of studying nature in the raw.
SB/30282 Scotland. The beauties of the "Land of the Lochs", including the
birthplace of Robert Burns and many other places of great
SB/30288 Cornwall. Showing the Royal Albert Bridge at Saltash, Truro
Cathedral, Launceston Castle, Calstock Bridge, Newlyn, Mouse-
hole and equally attractive views of Cornwall's River Tamar.
Meet crocodiles, the Pray-
of the forest the dreaded
have their homes in and
An immense swarm of bees.
L/30318 Her Majesty Launches the "Queen Elizabeth". Another chapter
in the history of Britain's maritime enterprise is completed with
the successful launching of the World's largest liner.
L/'30548 A High Tea. Tea-time on a tight-rope, way up between two
L/30562 Brumas — Polar Maid. Here are the first newsreel pictures of the
newest arrival at London's Regents Park Zoo. The polar bear
cub, although only 3 months old, is already full of mischief and
Mother Bear is ever watchful to keep her young offspring out of
harm's way. This cute little miss will entertain you on the screen
just as she is amusing thousands of visitors daily.
L/30567 Jack and Daphne. Here are the first newsreel pictures of Jack
and Daphne, the brown bear cubs, born recently in the London
Zoo. This playful pair will amuse you, and especially your
children, every second they are on your screen. Like all children
Jack and Daphne love a spot of mischief and, with the aid of a
treacle tin, they find themselves up to their eyes in a very "sticky"
business. Their antics, also, with the sparrows in the den tend
to make this a "Tar and Feather" comedy.
L/30599 Prince Charles 3 Years Old. ( I Reel). Birthday pictures of the
young Prince as he enjoys his outing. A few days later Prince
Charles is taken to the station — there to greet his parents on
their return from their Canadian Tour.
D/ 1 0444 Parachute Jumping. The safety-line for airmen shown in all its
phases use and student training.
D/ 10446 A Lesson in Tennis. The art and practi :e of wir riing play demon-
strated by the late Suzanne Lenglen.
D/ 1 044 7 A Lesson in Skating. See this film before you go on the ice —
then you will know just how to get a move on instead of falling
D/ I 0450 Stag Hunting. The thrill of the chase or the brutality of blood-
sport? In presenting this film we take no sides, but offer you a
record of actual happenings at a meet.
D/ 1 0451 Paddle Your Own Kayak. An informative film on the handling
of this light craft.
D/30168 Boo Boo's Baby. An introduction to Jubilee, the few months old
daughter of Boo Boo, the chimpanzee in the Zoological Gardens,
D/302 12 The Crystal Palace Fire. A graphic presentation of one of the
biggest fires ever seen in pre-war London.
D/302 76 Advance Australia. Sydney --elebrates its inception with a re-
staging of Capt. Philip's landing and a procession of decorated
floats to illustrate its development.
D/30280 The Pick-a-Back Plane. The first public performance in the air
of the Mayo composite aircraft.
D/30453 Second Great Fire of London. A record in picture form of the
terrible effects of incendiary bombs showered on London during
D/30461 U-Boat Pack Returns to Port. Captured films which enabled us
to see ho'w "U-Boats" returned to their base.
D/30463 Malta Receives Its G.C. Enduring over 2,000 air raids, often
bordering on starvation, Malta is awarded the George Cross in
commemoration of her heroic resistance.
D/30467 Pearl Harbour. Showing scenes of destruction after the surprise
attack by Japanese bombers.
D/30472 The Big Three at Teheran. Marshal Stalin receives the Stalin-
grad Sword of Honour from Mr. Winston Churchill at the first
meeting of the "Big Three" during the war.
D/30477 The Flying Bomb. Pictures of Hitler's V.I weapon taken both
by day and night.
D/30481 Rocket Typhoons. An attack on enemy positions by rocket bear-
ing Typhoon fighter planes.
D/30491 Victory Parade Fireworks. Night scenes of various parts of
London taken on V.E. Day.
D/30564 Trooping the Colour 1950. The Brigade of Guards mark King
George Vl's Birthday with a grand military pageant, including the
inspection, the trooping and the march past. Here for the first
time since pre-war days is a fine record of an age old ceremony,
performed again with the splendour and pageantry of full cere-
D/30582 The Cup Final 1951. A pictorial record of the F.A. Cup Final
between Blackpool and Newcastle at Wembley, April, 1951.
D/30742 The Boat Race 1956. On a beautiful spring morning March
24th fwo crews of varsity oarsmen were tied to the stake boats.
The umpire gave the word " off " and Cambridge were a^vay
to a superb start. Oxford made a bad start and dropped slightly
behind. The Cambridge stroke increased the pace as the two crews
passed under Hammersmith Bridge, Cambridge leading. However,
Oxford were determined that this year would not be a recurrence
of the previous year's light blue runaway victory and stuck grimly
to their sculls. It turned out to be one of the closest and hardest
fought battles seen for many a year. The Oxford crew in order
to gain the maximum ground cleared the Barnes supports with
only 6 inches between the blade tips. However, Cambridge kept
their lead and passed the winning post 1 ^ lengths ahead of
Oxford. The cheers of the crowd resounded for the winning crew
and for the very gallant and great hearted 8 from Oxford.
D/30745 Chimps Tea Party. Our incomparable friends, the Chimps, show
off their w^orst party manners in their weekly tea party at the
London Zoo. A film which will especially appeal to children.
D/30746 Surf Thrills. A major attraction on the Australian beach every
year is the Australian Lifeguard's annual Regatta. Thrilling and
exciting occasions, which, when it is remembered that they are
all volunteers have to be seen to be believed.
R/3052 7 The Royal Wedding Gifts. (75 feet). Pictures taken in St.
James's Palace of the Wedding presents given on the occasion of
the marriage of H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth to Prince Phillip of
R/30549 The Royal Prince. (75 feet). The first pictures taken of Brit-
ain's month old Prince Charles of Edinburgh.
R/30560 Prince Charles (age 8 months). At lovely Windlesham Moor,
their recently acquired country home at Sunningdale, Princess
Elizabeth and Prince Phillip spend a happy afternoon with the
world's most famous baby. These are the first newsreel pictures
taken since his christening of Prince Charles, now eight months
old. (July 1949).
C/30596 Wing Span. (I Reel). At Hendon over a hundred aircraft tell
the story of the conquest of the sky. Jet fighters and the mighty
Lancaster stand side by side \vith the first conquerors of gravity
the Httle Bleriot 9 and the Sopvvith Pup. Over to Farnborough,
vk^here the Society of British Aircraft Constructors display the
latest and most powerful of Britain's Aerial might. The Avro
70 7, the Short SA heavy bomber, the Vickers Valiant, the Bolton
Paul P Hi., all show their paces before the camera. Finally to
Wright Airfield, Ohio where some of the latest American planes
are on display. Here in this short film the wings span fifty years
of aviation history.
C/30597 Thrills and Spills. (i Reel). Over in Florida speedboats per-
form spectacular and amazing acrobatics in a land, sea and air
race. Then to Niagara Falls where William Hill attempts to
conquer the mighty rapids by going over the falls in a rubber
barrel. The last lap of this rapid tour takes us to Indianapolis
vi^here spectacular crashes bring the 100 mile stock car race to a
full stop. These drivers flirt with death at every tv^^ist of the
C/30598 Round About. (I Reel). Travelling "round about" with the
camera we find, on the banks of an American river, a strange
looking vehicle; it is a submarine-lorry, as is proved when it
drives down beneath the surface. Next we join a party of chim-
panzees at an Exhibition of extremely high diving. From water
to slaughter (in a sense) we move on to Jersey in the Channel
Islands to witness the Battle of Flowers and, finally, to America
to see a unique method of car parking, from the ground floor
drive-in to the final resting place at sky-scraper height. A novel
and interesting film.
C/3060I In Memoriam — King George VI. (I Reel). A shorter version
of the film SB/30600 "A Tribute to King George VI." This film
covers not just the reign of His late Majesty, but also his earlier
life as Duke of York. The scenes in this 1 00ft. film are as
follows : The Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of York; His
Majesty at the Boys' Camp; with his family in Windsor Park; the
Coronation; the visit to the U.S.A.; the Victory Parade; the Royal
South African Tour; the opening of the Olympic Games and Their
Majesties' Silver Wedding Anniversary.
C/30602 The Funeral of King George VI. 1 Reel. Documentary. In
the Great Hall of Westminster the body of King George VI. lies
in state. Silently the thousands of his subjects file past the coffin
to pay their final homage. On the morning of the funeral the
coffin of His Majesty is carried from the Hall on the shoulders of
the bearer partj' of the King's Guard to the waiting gun carriage.
Along the route, lined with troops from all three Services, the
carriage is slowly pulled by men from the Royal Navy. Every-
vv^here the crowds stand silent in tribute to the King who will go
down in history as "the Good". From Paddington station the
coffin is borne on the Royal train to Windsor, there to continue
its journey to the chapel of St. George.
C/30605 The Cup Final 1952. Documentary. For the second year run-
ning Newcastle take back the Cup to the Tyneside. Here in
pictorial form are some of the highlights of the game played at
Wembley Stadium. May 3rd, 1952.
C/30622 Newscope No. 1. The first of a new series of news items not
covered by the general Review of the Year. This issue includes
New M.T.B.'s under test. Castles in the Air, Right Monkeys, the
Airphibian and spectacular U.S. Submarine test.
C/30623 Newscope No. 2. Roving camera reports on the following News
items : — Scanning the depths with underwater Television cameras.
Plastic motor-cars, testing the Cosmotron (the world's biggest
atom-smasher), London's last tram and the new American largest
jet bomber Y.B.60.
C/30625 Newscope No. 3. The world's first Delta-wing, four jet, bomber,
the Avro 698 and, still in the jet-age, another British achievement,
the Rover Jet 1 turbo-jet car. At the Isle of Wight a monster
the "Princess" Flying Boat shows her face, the Royal Tourna-
ment Toy Soldiers and a 2,000 m.p.h. rocket ride into space.
C/30626 Newscope No. 4. Starting life with a big splash, the latest Ameri-
can ocean giant, the "United States", captures the Blue Riband on
her Maiden Voyage. From success to successes the camera turns
to Finland to capture some highlights of the 1952 Olympic Games.
C/30627 Newscope No. 5. Another British achievement in the world of
Aviation sets the theme for this short film which shows the
"Comet " Jetliner on the various stages of her record breaking
flight to Johannesburg.
C/30629 Newscope No. 7. First impressions indicate men from Mars but
in actual fact it is a visit to the Royal Albert Hall where fifty
stone, eight feet tall, "Giant Gargantua" wrestles with "Strangler
Bright", who is also "pretty big". Also in this film is the new
German rail-car (300 m.p.h. on one rail), the Crown Jewels made
entirely of sugar and a visit to the Royal Mint where the new
coins bearing the Queen's head are being made.
C/30646 The Procession to the Abbey. Escorted by the glittering caval-
cade of Household Cavalry, accompanied by cheering, music, and
Royal splendour, the Queen drives in the State Coach to Her
crowning. Price, £1 2s. 6d.
C/30647 The Coronation Service. This film presents a never-to-be-for-
gotten record of pomp and pageantry, the procession inside the
Abbey, the ancient rite of anointing under a canopy held above
the Queen, and the acts of homage and fealty. Price, £ I 2s. 6d.
C/3 0666 Royal Tour of West Indies. These three films show H.M. the
C/30667 Royal Tour of Fiji. Q".«f" ^"^ 'If^.'^- \^« Duke of
Ldinburgh on their highly successful
C/30668 Royal Tour of Tonga. tour of the Commonwealth.
C/30693 Royal Tour of New Zealand. Spurred on by popular demand,
v/e are releasing the second part of Her Majesty s tour of New
Zealand. We see her arriving at Christchurch the most "English
town in the Dominions watching the trotting race at Addington
and finally the Queen and Prince Philip bid New Zealand Au
C/30696 The Cup Final, 1955. Once again the scene is that wonderful
green turf at Wembley where Newcastle Utd. and Manchester City
meet to decide who will carry away the famous F.A. Cup. All
the thrills of this duel are captured for you in this superb
C/30697 Newscope No. 8. A further series of entertaining little extracts
from last year's newsreels. You can witness two Frenchmen
breaking a world deep sea diving record of 4-^ miles. The new
Army rifle shows its paces. America shows us a new wingless
type aircraft and the cowboys at Palm Springs Rodeo prove that
bronco-busting is work the hard way.
C/30698 Newscope No. 9. A fine feat of salvage at Liverpool the liner
Empress of Canada " is raised by steam winches from its side.
The crowds at Viareggio, Italy, enjoy a carnival of giant figures
which promote the festive spirit.
C/30699 Newscope No. 10. The camera visits the regal luxury of Her
Majesty's yacht Britannia where the wheel of King George the
Fifth's racing yacht of the '30's still functions to steer this modern
C/30700 Newscope No. 11. Enthusiasts everywhere will be interested in
this selection of news items of modern aircraft. Included in this
film is a prototype aircraft taking off vertically.
C/30701 Newscope No. 12. Housewives in particular will want to see this
film for it includes a ne^v washing process using sound waves. A
revolutionary design in yachts is put to the test when a new type
of yacht is launched. A 5-ton mechanical Rhino shows its paces
and, like its namesake, wallows in mud.
C/30702 Happy Events. Penguins, spaniels and seals all combine to make
this film a " must " for the kiddies.
C/30703 Animal Beauty Parlour. Our friend the pampered poodle attends
his own beauty parlour hair wash, wave set, manicure the
whole array of beauty make-up. Rhino is not quite so lucky he
just gets the brush-off with oil of course.
C/30704 The Lion and the Mouse. Have you seen a Mouse Derby ? You
haven't ? Then here's your chance to back the winner, by seeing
this interesting little film. In the same reel, see how the lion
trainer puts his fierce animals through their paces.
C/30705 Horse Sense and Nonsense. Compare the grace and beauty of the
well trained riders and horses against the rugged, untamed,
bucking broncos of the wild West.
C/30706 It's Fun Being An Animal. The Boston Terriers leap into action
for the canine Cup Final, a winger heads for the goal, but a
tough keeper saves the day. When dancer Jonathan Lucas dresses
up in a gorilla skin to visit a zoo, the animals ■wonder who is the
C/30707 Chaz Chase and the Hula Hula Girls. No more food worries for
Chaz Chase. A good, thick magazine sprinkled with pepper and
salt is enough and for a sweet a good, weekly paper. Hula hula
girls look glamorous but have you seen a school where the very
young Hawaiians learn their rhythm.
C/30708 Animal Antics. The Army learns to ride. During long and
arduous training they try their skill on wooden dummies. Their
most exciting feat, on live horses, is when one rider fearlessly takes
his animal over three jumps and then through a blazing hoop.
Two brovi^n bear cubs and cheeky London sparrows just can t
live in the same cage. The Bruin twins too absorbed in their chase
fail to notice a nearby pool slip, splash and they're up to their
fur collars in the water.
C/3071 i Old Crocks and Crazy Bikes. Not the old crocks of the London
to Brighton run fame, but the junior Crocks Race for ancient
motor bikes; there were some odd sights on the road that day.
This could only happen in Paris, a bicycle inventor's holiday,
showing their strange brain children, crazy machines with beer
barrels for front wheels.
C/3071 2 Fast and Furious. On Daytona Beach, U.S.A.. are held some of
the most thrilling, spilling motor-cycle races in the world. Jostling
for position a rider swerves just a little too much out into the
bend and crashes.
In Italy they use the motor-cycle for a tight-rope act. A
young rider drives his machine across a long wire stretched taut,
high over a harbour. He is joined by two partners who perform a
daring trapeze act while the rider does a hand-stand on his
Italy again, and this time bob-sleigh teams from all over the
world meet to compete in one of the fastest and most dangerous
C/3071 3 Speed Crazy. In the U.S.A. they're not content with risking their
necks by driving speed boats fast, they make the race a steeple-
chase. By adding ramps, they take off, fiy through the air until
they hit the water again with a splash.
A team of eight youngsters in Switzerland are towed uphill
by a car and then race their -way to the bottom on skis. A tricky
course and plenty of obstacles to make it more difficult.
Are ice skaters never satisfied ? They have now taken up
rugby, it's a tough game when played on grass, but on ice !
C/307 18 Stars on Skates. The spotlight swings down on to the ice and
catches in its beam the graceful figure of Adele Inge, she is not
only a graceful skater but an acrobat as w^ell.
Chorus girls change their dancing pumps for skates, and to
the delight of the audience dance the beautiful " Heart Dance.**
In the finals of the .Amateur Ice Skating Championships, Jeanette
Altwegg wins a handsome trophy presented to her by Mrs. Attlee.
C/307i9 Dizzy Daredevils. A small water tank a perch 75 ft. above the
ground a young man poised for a high dive. In slow-motion the
camera catches his faultless movements as he swallow^-dives
dow^nwards. A young man, bound hand and foot, is drawn up by
his ankles over a busy thoroughfare. His object to release himself
from his bonds. In a matter of minutes he is free and is agair»
lowered to the ground.
C/30721 Sporting Types. Take one billiard table, tw^o miniature goals
and one egg and the famous Arsenal team are well avsray on a
new^ sport. The kids of a London back-street try a new^ game
roller-hockey. Shortage of money does not deter them for they
borrow^ their Dads' walking sticks and umbrellas and use their
coats as goal posts. Basket-ball as only the Harlem Globetrotters
can play. Squirming, weaving, ducking, "" selling dummies ' to
their opponents, they soon have the ball in their rivals' net.
C/30722 Eve Figures It Out. This is a man s film its all about w^omen.
You are taken behind the scenes at London's lavish spectacle
revue " Latin Quarter " to see some of the prettiest chorus girls
practising their slimming exercises. Jimmy Edw^ards visits a luxury
swimming pool as a bathing beauty judge. Who v^rould be the
poor male -who has to decide that one girl is more beautiful than
all the others ? No w^onder Jimmy says " YOU can take it from
C/30723 Farnborough Air Show. A visit to Farnborough, showing some
of the new types of aircraft that are designed for this modern age,
where all the worlds experts on aviation gather to look at
Britain's show case of flying.
C/30724 Children's Paradise. The war meant bitter unhappiness for many
little children losing parents, homes, in fact everything apart from
their young lives. Well, imagine a good fairy in the shape of a
National Organisation taking a collection of these children to see
for the first time in their lives all sorts of toys. As you sit in the
audience and watch the reactions of these little ones it is just
possible that you may recapture some of your childish delights.
This film is strongly recommended for all who love humanity,
especially little humanity.
C/30725 Laughter and Tears. The same war orphans who visited the toy
factory in Children's Paradise are now seated in front of the old
fashioned Punch and Judy Show. The hidden camera records the
effect the puppets have on these children. As the show proceeds
laughter and tears are intermingled.
C/30744 The Cup Final, 1956. The boisterous enthusiasm of the
supporters of the two rivals, Birmingham City and Manchester
City, is infectious as they show their approval of the years' star
football teams meeting at Wembley to decide the ownership of the
Cup for the year. .A'l the highlights and thrills of the F.A. Cup
Final are experienced in this I 00 ft. film.
M/1507 Warm Temperate Regions. A wealth of information regarding
the part of the world the Cape, the Argentine and the South
ELast of Australia where rain rarely falls and the climate is dry
M/i52I Carnivorous Plants. They augment their food supply by captur-
ing insects. There are two kinds of plant, those that trap their
prey and those that trap and drown their victims. In close-up
form you see the actual processes.
M/1546 Sponge-Fishing. The production of a common household object
from sea-bed to bath-room.
M/5007 Winter Sports. Many aspects of winter games are assembled in
this fine documentary film. See the pursuit of pleasure amid the
splendour of snowf covered mountains and glaciers. Ice-skating
and dancing, ice-hockey and bobsleighing and many other sports
are vrell depicted.
M/5012 Rites and Ceremonies. Weddings, fetes and religious observances
on the Continent, carnivals and the sacred dances of Ceylon as
well as many other unusual subjects drawn from all over the
M/5024 Tenth Olympiad. A pictorial record of the Olympic Games,
vrhich w^ere held at Los Angeles, U.S.A., in 1932, showing the
opening ceremonies and many of the events.
M/503I Life in the Sub-Tropics. Central Asia, the Kalahari and Sahara
deserts are some of the sub-tropical regions visited and studied
by means of this picture.
M/5035 The Sea. A very clear exposition of sea tides, their cause and
M/5046 The Arachnida. Spiders and their allies on the screen for close
M/504 7 Regions of Ice and Snow. Covering conditions in the North of
Europe, in Siberia and the Dominion of Canada, with inform-
ative and educational observations.
M/5048 Birds and Their Nests. An insight in close-up form to the nature
and placing of the homes of many kinds of birds.
M/505 I Cold Temperate Regions. This is the part of the Globe in which
we live and thus interest is added to the film's educational and
M/5052 Running Birds. The ostrieh, the nandu and the emu in their
M/505 3 Sisal Hemp. The manufacture of rope and cord from raw mater-
ial, with the different processes clearly shown.
M/5054 On the Mountains. Changes to be noted in the surface of moun-
tains as greater heights are reached.
M/5055 Tropical Regions. Aspects of the Sudan, the Zambezi, India,
treated in both an educational and entertainment manner.
M/506I Three Lives on a Lifeline. Directed by Henri Storck, the famous
Belgian maker of documentaries. This is one of his most famous
productions, a climbing film, taken under great difficulties in the
Mont Blanc area.
M/3009 1 The Royal Wedding. The full pictorial account of the prepar-
ations for and the Wedding Day of H.R.H. Prince George, the
fourth son of H.M. the King and Princess Marina of Greece on
November 29th. 1934.
M/30229 Fire Fighters. In this film you can see some of the training of
the modern firemen of London and make a close study of pro-
cedure when a fire alarm is given in the great metropolis. Finally
the camera actually goes into action with all the thrills from the
fireman's point of view.
M/30275 Mainly Maps. Through the ages, man has tried his hand at
recording the appearance of the world. Here are shown some
early examples and the latest of all methods, aerial survey.
M/30435 Conquest of the "Graf Spee". A tribute to the magnificent work
of our Navy, with pictures of the conquerors' welcome to home
IVl/3045 7 Atlantic Conference. The historic meeting between Mr. Churchill
and President Roosevelt on board H.M.S. Prince of Wales.
M/30462 Carrier X. Action in the Pacific. Japanese bombers and dive-
bombers attack an American aircraft carrier.
M/30468 Dieppe. The Canadians, together with detachments of Allied
troops, batter their way onto the beaches of Dieppe.
M/30488 Operation Mulberry. This film shows the installation of the
temporary harbours for landing D.Day supplies for our troops
M/30495 The Atom Bomb. Showing the shattering effects, and indescrib-
able agonies of the latest weapon of modern w^arfare.
M/30563 Skyway Masters. Here, in pictorial form, are a few glimpses
of the aircraft of the future. Britain's giant Brabazon airliner
leads the way with a revolution in air travel. From her maiden
flight, that makes aviation history, the Brabazon returns truly
Queen of the Skies. From across the Atlantic we see the world's
biggest jet propelled aircraft the 100 ton Flying Wing, and from
Farnborough Airfield some of the revolutionary advances made
in the v^rorld of aviation. Here are shots of the Bristol Freighter,
the 3 rota Air Horse and the unique Comet, to name but a few.
This film will enable you to see the wonders of the aviation in-
dustry's latest developments.
M/30643 The Cup Final 1953. This has been described in the National
Press as one of the most thrilling and outstanding Cup Finals f«r
many years. See the wizardry of Stanley Matthewrs at its best,
feel the atmosphere of the tense Wembley crow^d v^hen, in the
dying seconds of the game, Blackpool crash home that final goal.
This film brings you the highlights of this spectacular Cup Final
with its result Blackpool 4 Bolton 3.
M/30673 The Cup Final, 1954. A pictorial record of the highlights of the
Cup Final at Wembley. Right up until the last I minutes it s
touch and go as to which side -wiW -win the coveted trophy, and
then, v/ith only a few minutes to go, the Albian crack home the
deciding goal. This short film captures all the excitement and
frenzy of that dramatic moment.
M/30729 Christmas Day Round The World. A special Christmas release
that takes you. the audience, round the world on Christmas Day,
showing ho'w woshippers in many lands gather to give thanks on
this day of all days. This film is released in sound and silent-
versions and is certainly a must for all Christmas Showrs.
" The Informer " (SB 30034 -
3 reels) - this tlirillinti drama
tells <>r Inl.uiil in her troubled
davs and ot the betrayal of a
lu^itive from justice bv a tormer
comrade. Featuring Lars Hansen
and Lva de Futti.
From Daniel Defoe's beloved
book comes this film story ol
" Robinson Crusoe "
(SB 30083 - 3 reels) Here is the
castaway on the lonely island,
with Man Friday as his sole human
companion for over twenty years.
■%i'' . „ ■
The Setting of
(SB 82J-4 reels)
is the Olympic
Games. A Matador
Snub i'ollarii as the iireat iiiwntor
is at his best in this most comical
of all farces"It's a Gift"(SB6oo )
Hismany in\entions are calculat-
ed to make life easy - that is
- when thev \\()rk.
Bruce Cabot plays the
main lead in "Night
Alarm" (T 9661 -
6 reels) - the story of
the newspaper reporter
who reveals the ident-
ity of a mysterious
h re raiser.
'Renfrew of the Mounties"
- played by James Newill is
the hero of the exciting
drama " Murder on the
Yukon" (T 9654 - 6 reels)
and (SB jofjq - 3 reels)
hen Knights Were
Id" (T9101 - 6 reels)
ughter, Romance and
ong in the days of
hivalry with Jack
Buchanan, Fay Wray
and Moore Marriott.
Just one of
tlie many high
spots Irom the
(SB 30573 - 3 reels
seen on voiir |
Dickens' classic drama
" Oliver Twist "
is brou<jht to
the silent screen
in SB 4424 -
4 reels. Starring
Docum en tary
SB/793 Ski-ing. Protagonists of ski-ing certainly have a claim to distinc-
tion. Theirs is a sport that demands a high degree of proficiency
and hazard uncalled for in many other forms of exercise. The
art of stepping, stopping and changing direction while on skis is
clearly shown in this film. For the more advanced views of
jumping, ski-joring with a horse and motor-cycle are interesting
studies in this instructive and documentary film.
SB/803 Conquest of the Air (The Pioneers). A notable British docu-
mentary, v/ith additional photography by the famous German
cameraman, Hans Schneeberger. It portrays the beginning of
man's mastery of the art of flying, and includes shots from actual
films taken of such pioneers as Lilenthal, Voisin, Wright, and
5B/806 A Monastery. Directed for Pathe-Natan in 1933 by the noted
French documentary maker, Robert Alexandre, this film is a
little masterpiece, ^^rhose appeal is timeless. For the first time in
history, movie cameras penetrated the mysterious portals of a
Trappist monastery in France, and here is sho'wn, with reverence,
dignity, and great human insight, the daily lives of the monks,
their devotions and labours, and what happens when one of their
number passes on.
SB/830 The Horse. The rodeo, the circus, hunting, polo and the match-
ing of thoroughbreds are shown in this picture as examples of
the use to which the horse is still put. It is a review of the
qualities and capabilities of man's most noble conquest. This film
is also of interest to students of the cinema since it includes a
short excerpt from the spectacu'ar chariot race from the famous
Ramon Navarro epic of 1926, " Ben Hur."
SB/872 Glaciers and their Uses. Electricity is gradually replacing coal,
and glaciers are shown as the cheap means of supplying abundant
SB/878 Conquest of the Railway. The railways are an industry through
which the life-blood of a country flows. Here is a study of de-
velopments in locomotion.
SB/ 1 467 The Monkey (or Primate). Dealing at length with mammals
belonging to the animal class nearest to man in an educational
and entertaining manner.
SB/5062 The Esquimaux. Life in its many phases, in the frozen North
virhere existence is just one long battle against immense odds.
SB/301 12 Here Comes the Zoo (Part I, A to K). A visit to the Zoological
Gardens. London, to meet the animals. They are presented in
alphabetical order. An ideal educational and entertainment film.
SB/301 19 Royal Silver Jubilee. Here is a remarkable and complete record
of the Royal procession to and from St. Paul's for the Thanks-
giving Service. The story begins in the days ^vhen His Majesty
King George V. was Prince of Wales and culminates ^vith the
film-story of the great day of national rejoicing May 6th, 1935.
This is an ideal film for your private library.
S6/30171 Here Comes the Zoo (Part 2, L to Z). In conjunction with part
I , A to K, this film provides a comprehensive catalogue of the
SB/30210 News Review of 1936. This reel contains all the outstanding
events of the year 1936, a period of especial interest in that so
much which may have an effect on evervone's life was squeezed
into a single year.
SB/30226 The Coronation Procession. The film of the Coronation Pro-
cession both to and from Westminster Abbey brings to you the
happy event in all its significance. The actual crowning of the
King is shown in this reel.
Kearton production featuring
the jackass penguins, in the
coast of Africa and in their
SB/30230 The Coronation Ceremony. In the Abbey, to be anointed and
crowned; at the Abbey, to renew the oath of obedience to the laws
and service of God and Country. These and other scenes are to
be seen in all their beauty, in all faithfulness and clarity, when
and where you wish.
SB/30272 News Review of 1937. Outstanding events throughout a year
containing such high spots of news as the Coronation, the Sino-
Japanese War, the loss c5 the "Hindenburg".
SB/30287 The State Visit to Paris. A film document of great historical
significance and depicting the great reception accorded to the
King and Queen by the citizens of Paris, together with a full
pictorial account of their Majesties' activities during a four day
sojourn in France.
SB/30319 The Conquest of War. Many aspects of the international crisis
in September, 1938, including the Four Power Conference, A.R.P.
and German Troops entering Sudetenland.
SB/30338 News Review of 1938. The pick of the year's news stories in
SB/30432 Dassan. (3 Reels). A Cherry
Nature's greatest little comedians,
native haunt off the south w^est
SB/30434 News Review of 1939. Pictures of historical events in a year of
SB/30454 News Review of 1940. A picture record of outstanding War
events, including Dunkirk and the commencement of the Battle
SB/30458 News Review of 1941. Full historical incidents including the
fire blitz on London and declaration of war by Japan.
SB/30460 Release of Stalingrad. The Russian ring closes around the 6th
German Army marking the end of I 63 days of siege of Stalingrad.
SB/30464 El Alemein to Tunis. (3 Reels). The full story in picture form
of the routing of the enemy hordes in North Africa.
SB/30465 Mr. Churchill in N. Africa and Teheran. Mr. Churchill's visit to
the troops prior to the meeting at Teheran and the battle of El
SB/30466 Conquest of Sicily. (2 Reels). Landing of British and Ameri-
can troops on Sicily and the progress made by our victorious
troops in the capture of the island.
SB/30469 Commandos Raid Norway. Official picture record of an import-
ant raid carried out by Commando troops.
SB/304 71 Dunkirk. A picture record of the part played by "The Little
Ships" in the greatest crisis of modern history.
SB/304 73 News Review of 1943. Notable events of the years* happenings
including the surrender of Italy.
SB/30474 On to Rome. (3 Reels). Showing troops landing in Italy,
—6 scenes of destruction in Naples, Anzio beach-head, Cassino, and
the liberation of Rome.
SB/30478 Great Russian Offensive. (1943-4). (3 Reels). Sweeping aside
—80 resistance, smashing every counter attack the Red Army relent-
lessly drives the Nazis from Russian soil.
SB/30482 Invasion. (2 Reels). "D" Day, June 6th, 1944. Allied troops
under General Montgomery break through the so-called impreg-
nable West Wall of Europe.
SB/30484 Liberation of Paris. The epic struggle of the F.F.I, in the libera-
tion of Paris, and the triumphant entry of Generale De Gaulle.
SB/30487 News Review of 1944. Our advance in the Pacific, invasion of
Europe and the first of the rocket bombs on England.
SB/30489 News Review of 1945. Our Year of Victory.
A pictorial record of the years' great
SB/30490 The Victory Parade. Their Majesties review contingents of
Allied Forces, both fighting and Civil Defence, in London.
SB/30496 News Review of 1946. Floods throughout England, Victory
Parade and Atom bomb tests.
SB/30509 Royal Tour of South Africa. Scenes taken during Their
Majesties first visit to this portion of the Empire.
SB/30523 Wedding of H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth. The Princess leaving the
Palace tollowed by scenes at the Abbey and her triumphant return
SB/30530 News Review of 1947. Britain's great snow-up, Independence for
India and pictures from the Middle East of the war between Jews
and Arabs in Palestine.
SB/3054 3 Royal Silver Wedding. A pictorial record of Their Majesties* life
from 1923 to 1948.
SB/305 50 News Review of 1948.
SB/30558 News Review of 1949. The pick of the years' highlights of news
including on the spot scenes of the great French forest fires; a
tribute to Britain's greatest comedian, Tommy Handley; excerpts
from the thrilling Oxford and Cambridge boat race; Bristol
Brabazon's successful maiden flight; a pictorial record of Ply-
mouth's great welcome to H.M.S. Amethyst; first pictures of the
rescue of 13 American airmen marooned in the Arctic; Australian
farmers' war on flying foxes; first pictures from Berlin after v^in-
ning the blockade battle; graphic rescue pictures tell the story
of the sinking of the cross-channel steamer "Princess Astrid";
these and other items form a grand review.
SB/305 79 News Review of 1950. A pictorial record of some of the out-
standing incidents which occurred during the year 1950, includ-
ing the Truculent disaster, storm havoc in Sydney, visit to London
of the French President, the jet Comet makes aviation history,
Bangkok Royal Wedding, Belgium says "No ' to Leopold, Knock-
shinnoch mining disaster, the jet age car, disaster strikes Canada,
welcome to Queen Juliana, christening of Princess Anne, Britain
decides (Election), Dunkirk memorial ceremony, Korea first
pictures from Taejon, a tribute to General Smuts, Inchon landings,
a tribute to Bernard Shaw, Mount Etna in eruption and the story
of Death Valley in Korea.
SB/30580 Sports Review of 1950. This film brings to your screen some of
the outstanding sporting events of 1950. The following items
are included in this first-class sporting record. BOXING.
"Sugar Ray" K.O.'s Stock. SOCCER. Amateurs thrill Wembley.
SOCCER. Cup Final Arsenal v. Liverpool. RUGBY. Wales
takes Rugby crown from Ireland. RUGBY LEAGUE. Warring-
ton win Rugby League Cup. TENNIS. Wimbledon Sedgman
V. Patty. HORSE RACING. Lincolnshire Handicap and the
Derby. INDOOR CYCLE SPEEDWAY. The Finals of push-bike
speedway. ATHLETICS. British shine in A.A.A. TOBOGGAN-
ING. Snowtime in Springtime. CAR RACING. Italian cars 1 ,
2, 3 in Grand Prix. SWIMMING. British success in Channel
swim. RIVER RACING. Festival of the River.
SB/30581 Here and There. With this film you can follow the camera "here
and there" to many points of the compass and see some of the
strange, novel and interesting happenings of the world today.
This interesting documentary takes you to the Schoolboys* Ex-
hibition where the "lads " of 1875 get together with those of 1950
then on to New York where tl>e Harlem Globe Trotters, America's
trickiest basketball team, amaze you with their antics; from there
v^'e travel South to San Diego to see the "Wee-Bee", the world's
smallest airplane. Whilst in the States we take a look at an un-
usual car race and, with thrills and spills galore, the winning post
is the junk-heap. Our camera then turns to the South Sea
islands for a display of Hula-Hula by tots and teenagers, on then
to Siam for a bout of boxing with a real "kick" in it. A more
dangerous battle is that fought between Australians and man-
eating sharks. These items plus a trip with a 3 ton pick-a-back
glider, a V2 rocket miles above the earth and a visit to a Wash-
ington home where the family pet is a three hundredweight lioness,
go to make this a first-class documentary that will appeal to all
SB/30594 Princess Elizabeth's Tour of Canada. (I Reel). From all parts
of Canada the people rushed to greet Their Royal Highnesses —
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip — on their triumphal tour of
Canada. Everywhere on route the Royal couple met with crowds
of cheering people from the moment when they stepped from the
plane at Montreal until they embarked at St. John's for the home-
ward trip. The official tour began at Quebec, thence on to
Toronto where the Royal Canadian Air Force put on a special
show of its forces. Niagara Falls too vi^as a point of great interest.
Journeying on, the Royal couple arrived at Calgary where, after a
pow-wow with the Indian tribes encamped there, they v^ritnessed
a special display of a rodeo and the famous Calgary Stampede.
Next over to Port Arthur, where the celebrated Dionne Quins
were presented to their Highnesses. In Washington, they were
"at home" to the Press of America. Later they entertained
President Truman and his family at the Canadian Embassy.
Flown back to Canada, the Tour rapidly drew to a close. At
every whistle stop along the route crowds thronged the stations,
if only to get a brief glimpse of the young couple. Finally to St.
John's where they embarked on the ship for their homeward
SB/30595 News Review of 1951. (I Reel). A pictorial record of some of
the year's outstanding events and happenings, including the fruit-
less search for H.M. Submarine "Affray"; H.M. King George VI.
opens the Festival of Britain; Welcome to King Haakon of Norway;
Trooping the Colour; Princess Margaret's 21st birthday; Oil dis-
aster at Avonmouth; A nation waits and watches for news of the
King's health; Montreal v^elcomes Their Royal Highnesses at the
start of the Canadian Tour; Britain decides (General Election);
The Glorious Gloucesters arrive home from Korea; Welcome home
to Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip from Canada and Mr.
SB/30600 A Tribute to King George VI. (1 Reel). The scenes in this
Super Reel film show his late Majesty at the following State
functions and sporting activities : The Coronation; Empire Day
at St. Pauls; the Meeting of the Garter Knights at Windsor; the
Derby 1937; in Glasgow and at Caernarvon Castle in Wales, and
the tour of the West country; the opening of the Glasgow Exhibi-
tion; with the Fleet; scenes taken whilst relaxing with his children
at Windsor: the Annual Bovs' Camp; the State visit to France; at
the Wembley Cup Final 1939 and the departure for the Canadian
Tour; the period of the War years and the declaration of Peace
are also covered, from 1946 the scenes include the Victory Parade,
the Royal Tour of Canada and the wedding of his daughter
Princess Elizabeth; the Royal Command Film performance; their
Majesties' Silver Wedding Anniversary; the Trooping of the
Colour; the christening of his grand-daughter. Princess Anne and
one of his last public functions, the opening of the Festival of
Britain. The final shots are taken outside the gates of Bucking-
ham Palace, where the Nation waited and watched during the
period of His Majesty's last illness.
SB/30621 News Review of 1952. A permanent screen record of a memor-
able year marred, unfortunately, by so many tragedies. This film
includes the story of the "Flying Enterprise", Britain keeps the
Suez Canal working, departure of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke
of Edinburgh to East Africa, Bush fires in Australia, the end at
South Bank, Koje prisoners defy British, Egyptian Coup D'Etat,
the Lynmouth Disaster, John Cobb dies, the Farnborough Tragedy
Harrow rail disaster. Duchess of Kent in Borneo, Britain explodes
Atom Bomb, the death of H.M. King George VI. and the Royal
SB/30645 Coronation Day. London, June 2nd, 1953. From the four
corners of the globe, crowds gather to witness one of the most
colourful and spectacular events in England's history. The film
brings you all the glamour, beauty, and significance of this his-
toric occasion. Price, £2 I 7s. 6d.
SB/30662 Review of the Year 1953. Includes among its many items
The Royal River Pageant Queen Mother's visit to S. Rhodesia
Queen Mary's death Oil strike in Australia The Everest
Heroes Air Speed record broken.
SB/30663 Sports Review of the Year 1953. Football, boxing, running,
horseracing, cycling, cricket all are included in this review of
the outstanding events of 1953.
SB/3 0669 The Royal Tour of New Zealand. Dig deep, until you come out
on the other side of the world and from Britain you w^ill reach
New Zealand, where as recorded in this fi'm Her Majesty the
Queen meets her people who are still proud to speak of Britain
as " home. " This pictorial record of a triumphal tour takes you
through the North and South Islands of this sp'endid loyal country.
Here you will meet the Pakeha the white folk and the Maoris
two peoples living alongside happily. Among the places visited are
Auckland, Alton Lodge, Hamilton. Tirau, Rotorua and Wellington.
For the first time in Ne'w Zealand's history, Parliament is opened
by a reigning sovereign and this historical occasion is captured
by the camera for posterity. This is a film all will wish to keep.
SB/30677 The Royal Tour of Australia. A further pictorial record of the
triumphant tour of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and H.R.H. the
Duke of Edinburgh whilst in Australia. It is impossible to give a
complete record of all the places visited but this film brings you
the highlights of the visit. This record takes you to Sydney,
Melbourne, Bondi Beach and several other important localities
where outstanding pictures of the amazing reception were
obtained. You cannot afford to miss this outstanding film to
complete your collection of the Royal Tour releases.
SB/30694 News Review of 1954. Highlighting many of the outstanding
moments in a year full of pageantry, pathos, courage, and deter-
mination. Further pictures of the tour of the Commonwealth
and of the Royal homecoming the thrilling " Miracle Mile " race
of Roger Bannister, and the pathetic struggle of Jim Peters in the
marathon, are shown in this review.
SB/30695 Sports Review of 1954. Whatever sport you may be interested
in, there is something to please everyone in this sporting review
SB/30730 News Review of 1955. Certainly 1955 was a year of contrasts.
From snow, hurricane and floods to the unbelievable British
heatwave. Economic setbacks of a newspaper and rail strike to the
persona! achievement of Princess Margaret's visit to the West
Indies. The tragedy of the Le Mans motor racing accident to the
goodwill exchange visits of the British and Soviet fleets. The
introduction of the fantastic Flying Bedstead and the unique
Flying Mattress to the spectacular resignation of two great leaders.
Sir Winston Churchill and Mr. Attlce. The excitement of the
General Election and the very worrying unrest in Cyprus, the
women of Britain '" sales "' hunting and the Royal Family serving
at a village Bazaar. All these events are recalled and the year is
capped with the triumph of Donald Campbells water speed record
and the triumphant round the world flight of the Comet 111. Truly
a Year of Contrasts, of achievements and human problems.
SB '30735 Sports Review of 1955. Reviewing the sporting events of 1955
our thoughts turn to Chris Chataway, whose superb track strategy
enabled him to create a new world 3 mile record; Stirling Moss,
the first Briton to win the Mille Miglia, the classic Italian race;
Geoff Duke, who at the Isle of Man brought home the honours,
yet again proving himself to be at the top of international motor
cycle racing. The climax of the Football Year is of course the
Cup Final, the two " giants " of the Football League, Newcastle
United and Manchester United are seen fighting for the honour
of taking the trophy back to their home town and becoming the
finest footoall team in England. From men to horses Quare Timeo
was the triumphant winner in the Grand National and F. Palmer
rode Phil Drake to win the Deroy. To Switzerland for a glimpse
of the famous Cresta Run and to Lewiston, U.S.A., for a look at
motor cyclists who find hill climbing is an exciting and strenuous
.ASB/ 30736 Jordan Valley. (2 reels). This Religious Documentary is concerned
with a pictorial journey down the Jordan Valley visiting many
locations where Jesus lived and preached. This type of film is
ideal for teaching purposes as well as religious instruction. Its
photographic quality is such that it provides a good atmosphere
facilitating our understanding of the Jerusalem scene. This film
is not provided w^ith titles but is supplied w^ith a cue sheet and a
.ASB/3073 7 Hoiy Year. (2 reels). This film, though primarily of Roman
Catholic leaning, should prove of interest to all faiths. This film
is not provided v^rith track or titles but expects the amateur to use
the cue sheet to make his own commentary and give the film
a definite personal atmosphere. The film pleads very sincerely
for peace in this w^orld, for freedom of worship and for our
children to grow up in a universe free from hunger, want, fear
and suspicion. The original commentator v/as Wilfred Pickles and
the sincerity of his v^rords are provided to you in written form
including a message from Pope Pius XII.
C/307 15 Captain Kid's Treasure. The buried treasure of many a nights
plunder is uncovered and the share out should begin or so the
crev^f think. Captain Kid is not at all sure he wants to share the
treasure which is the beginning of a squabble. Eventually Captain
Kid secures the treasure for himself.
C/307 16 Pirate Gold. The stormy characters of Captain Kid and his
mutinous crew come to life on the screen. The priceless treasure
is buried but who is going to keep the key of the treasure chest ?
One of crew thinks that the key will be safer in his keeping.
Captain Kid thinks otherwise.
SB/72 7 The Last Commandment. Directed by Erich Pommer. Jose Perez,
a particularly odious villain, is making himself a nuisance to Betty
Haller, who has inherited a large estate out West, which he covets.
But after two attempts at her murder, he succeeds only in bringing
Betty and her rescuer closer together.
SB/746 Emerald of the East. (2 Reels). A British International Picture.
A magnificent Anglo-Indian drama displaying the glorious
pageantry of our Indian Empire, is told in this epic film.
SB/817 Gloria. (4 Reels.) A Pathe-Natan production. Peter Lane is a
hard-working air-hne pilot, who is in.spired by the stunt flying
success of his old friend. Bob Desmond, to attempt something
more spectacular than his day-to-day job: a hazardous non-stop
journey from Paris to New York, that turns out to be full of
dangers. Starring Brigitte Helm as Peter Lane's attractive wife,
and Jean Gabin as his co-pilot, -who saves the day.
SB/818 Belphegor. (2 Reels.) From the opening shot, this French
mystery thriller catches the imagination and rivets the attention
of the audience. It concerns the attempts of the police to clear
up thefts of priceless exhibits from the Louvre, in Paris, and is full
of strange forms, weird happenings at night, and uncanny hor-
rors. The denouement is quite unexpected.
SB/825 The Marathon Runner. (4 Reels.) A Matador production,
directed by E. A. Dupont. Brigitte Helm again stars in this brisk,
open-air film dedicated to Sport. She plays Lore, a champion
diver, verbose three lovers become involved in complicated plots
to w^in her hand — not the least of which, for two of them, is to
shovk^ their mettle in the marathon race This film combines
action with romance.
SB/831 Sergeant Lafleur. (2 Reels). In the days of Louis XV. the
Sergeant finds many opportunities calling for a high degree of
courage. Saving secret plans and the life of his master are but
two of many attractive features of the story.
SB/839 The Malaysian Kris. (2 Reels). Featuring Jean Toulot and
Jean Marchat. Lucien Montier, son of a wealthy provincial
family, is completing his studies and sending constant calls for
money to his parents. Shortly after further financial aid is not
forthcoming, the murder of a rich relative, seems to imply that
Lucien is the perpetrator of the crime, especially as he has been
seen to take the Kris from his father's collection of daggers.
Letting you into the secret, Lucien is not the "wanted man".
SB/846 Jealousy in the Circus. (2 Reels"). Featuring Gabriel Gabr'o
and Gina Manes. The story is of Rosita, the lovely wife of Pro-
fessor Rabbas, working side by side with her husband and her son,
and, by the exercise of her mother-love bringing d'scord into an
otherwise happy band of circus troupers. See for yourself the
tussles between man and beast when Rabbas faces untra'ned lions.
SB/852 The Tournament. (3 Ree's ) A French historical drama,
directed by Jean Lenoir. With Aldo Nadi, Blanche Bernis, and
Suzanne Despres. The story is set in the 1 6th century, when the
I 2-year-o'd King of France reigned under the guidance of his
mother, Catherine de Medici. A friendly settlement between
Protestants and Catho'ics is linked with strong human dramas,
involving the hand of a pretty, young princess, and sword duels
and the highly .spectacu'ar tournament in the arena provide
plenty of entertaining action.
SB/853 Robert Macaire. (3 Reels.) An Albatross production, directed by
Jean Epstein. It tells, in a series of episodes, the story of Robert
Macaire, a gentleman burglar in the year 1825. Ingratiating him-
self with a noble family, his identity is suddenly revealed and he
is forced to leave hurriedly, but not before he has made a deep
impression on the daughter of the house. All unwittingly, she
finally lures him back to his capture.
SB/861 Strange Encounter. (3 Reels). Featuring Alice Field, Arletty
and Jean Toulot in a drama brought about by a strange encounter
between a young officer and the wife of a crusty General, whose
first love he so closely resembles.
SB/866 Prince Alexia. (3 Reels). On his way home. Prince Alexia
learns of the death of his father and the installation of his younger
brother as King of Axelbourg. After battling to retrieve all that
he has lost in the way of inheritance, Alexia renounces his rights
so that he may be with the woman he loves.
SB/869 Motive for Murder. (4 Reels). Pressed by his partner, Henry
Corradin, Julian Villand has forbidden his wife to see an old
friend of the family of whom he has suddenly become jealous.
Returning unexpectedly from a journey, Villand learns that the
restriction has been disregarded. Between husband and friend a
quarrel ensues and the latter collapses. Villand hurries for a
doctor and on his return finds his wife's friend a corpse. Arrest-
ed, tried and condemned, the husband goes to prison, but event-
ually escapes to establish his innocence a camera cannot lie I
SB/885 La Maternelle. (4 Reels.) Directed by Jean Benoit-Levy and Marie
LLpstein. This striking film is one of the most charming produc-
tions of the modern French cinema. It tells the story of a young
girl, who finds her true bent working among the children of an
orphanage, and its interpretation of the child mind has only
rarely been equalled. Humour and pathos alternate in a clever
rhythm, and as a famous critic has said, the film has " extraordin-
ary vitality, emotion, and intelligence. " The heroine is played,
most touchingly, by Madeleine Renaud, now married to Jean-Louis
Barrault and who still, occasionally, graces the French screen,
■while the hundred or so extraordinarily natural children are led
in performance by little Paulette Flambert.
SB/4424 Oliver Twist. (4 Reels.) With Dickie Moore as Dickens's famous
boy hero. Fagin, Bill Sykes, the Artful Dodger, and a procession
of other immortals move across the screen exactly as if they were
drawn by Cruikshank himself. In perfect settings and costume
is revealed the familiar tale of " the boy who asked for more. "
SB/30027 Blackmail. (2 Reels.) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with
Dona'd Calthrop, John Longden, and Anny Ondra. This famous
British film is one of the landmarks in cinema history, and it first
brought Hitchcock world fame. Its thrilling story of a young
Scotland Yard detective, whose fiancee is threatened, quite un-
wittingly, with both a murder charge and threats from a slimy
blackmailer, and how the path of duty leads him into direct con-
flict with the paths of love, is of equal interest to the manner
in which the master-craftsman of suspense handles it. The
development of character, swiftness of action, and mounting ten-
sion expected from a Hitchcock film, not forgetting the authentic
London background with its famous policeman, are all here.
SB/30029 The Ring. (2 Reels.) Directed for British International Pictures
by Alfred Hitchcock. This was also Hitchcock's first original
screen-play and his best silent film. Starring Carl Brisson, Gordon
Harker, Ian Hunter, and Lilian Hall-Davis. From the brilliant
opening sequence of a bustling fairground, this film has plenty
of drive and action. It unfolds the rise of a young boxer, hi.s
troubles with his wife, who becomes infatuated with a rival and
the famous climax of the championship fight at the Albert Hall,
where he wins the title and regains his wife's affection. The
telling is masterly, and no amateur cine worker can fail to learn
SB/30030 Piccadilly. (3 Reels.) Directed by E. A. Dupont. Scenario and
sub-tit'es by Arno'd Bennett. With Anna May Wong, Jameson
Thomas, Cyril Richard, and Charles Laughton. A British Inter-
national Pictures Production, probably the best film produced by
this company. High life and low life in London's West End, with
the enchanting .'\nna May Wong acting (and dancing) the part of
Shosho, a girl dish-washer in a fading Piccadilly night-club, who
becomes the star cabaret turn. Jealousy and murder add com-
plications to a gripping tale told with craftsman's skill by Dupont,
and photographed most brilliantly against the lavish settings.
Werner Brandes and Alfred Jijnge, two top-flight German tech-
nicians, were responsible for the photography and decor
respectively, while Charles Laughton makes a brief but un-
forgettable appearance as an irate diner.
SB/30034 The Informer. (3 Reels.) Directed by the distinguished German
director, Arthur Robison, for a British company, this film was the
first to be based on Liam O'Flaherty's povirerful novel of the
same name, dealing with the Irish rebellion. With Lars Hansen,
Lya de Putti, Warwick Ward, and Carl Harbord. Here is drama
of the first order, a fugitive from justice betrayed by a former
comrade, two men's love for the same girl, and the fearsome
vengeance of the gang upon the informer. Robison's direction
is tense, and the culminating roof-top battle with the police
SB/30039 Dolores. (2 Reels). Featuring Gerald Ames and Benita Hume.
That his young friend Ramiro might see Dolores in her true light,
Don Andres pays attention to the g.rl and finds her susceptible
to his more mature manhood. In making his plans he arranges
for the boy to discover, seemingly by accident, the alliance so
provoked. Sick at heart, the youngster goes off into the moun-
tains and is only saved from certain death in scaling a perilous
height by turning back to render help to his friend who slips and
falls in endeavouring to restrain the boy whom Dolores really
SB/30043 The Lion Tamer. (2 Reels). Featuring George Bellamy. A
film Vifith dramatic happenings set in unusual surroundings, the
life of a circus adding interest to the account of Professor Swinley's
flight from justice. For refuge, he joins a circus and exercises
his power over the lions. Soon he is a popular attraction, but the
time comes when he is accused of a second crime, murder. For-
tunately he is cleared of both cases, but instead of returning to his
studies he remains with the circus and the girl he loves. This film
will assuredly be popular with your audiences.
SB/30059 Tommy Atkins. (2 Reels). Featuring Lilian Hall-Davis and
Henry Victor. A British International Picture. A stirring melo-
drama w^oven round events in the English mansion of an earl and
ending with a great fight between a British Force and Arabs in
the desert of Egypt. The story concerns the consequences of a
disaster which overtook a small force in the Sudan and left only
two survivors, one the heir to an earldom. His rescuer hides his
identity in return for a sum of monev- By the time the truth
comes out, the young man has joined the Army and is somewhere
abroad. His rival for the earldom and the love of a girl at home
tells him the true facts just before he dies from wounds received
during the battle which brings the film to a close.
SB/30070 The Manxman. (2 Reels.) A British International Picture
directed by A'fred Hitchcock. With Carl Bresson and Anny
Ondra. Hall Caine's well-known story of the lives and fate of
two Manxmen, one a humble fisherman, his friend a successful
lawyer, and how they both became inextricably involved with
the same pretty girl. Hitchcock makes the most of the drama
that is woven within the romance, and the location shots of the
Isle of Man scenery are delightful.
SB/30071 Kitty. (2 Ree's.) A Burlington Picture, with Estelle Brody and
John Stuart. Based on Warwick Deeping's famous novel about
the young wife, Kitty St. George, confronted with the two-fold
task of nursing her husband back to health after severe injuries
in an air-crash, and also effecting a reconciliation with his mother,
who disapproved of the war-time match. Kitty's decision to play
a desperate gamble succeeds in the end, and the happiest of
reconciliations is effected. Owing to the exigencies of the film
industry at the time of production, parts of this film were shot
at Elstree, and parts in New York. But so cleverly are the separ-
ate parts matched, in the riverside tea-house, for instance, that
the spectator is unaware that the players were actually thousands
of miles apart !
SB/30083 Robinson Crusoe, (3 Reels). From Daniel Defoe's beloved
book, which was the first work of fiction ever published in this
country. Great, great Grandfather loved "Robinson Crusoe".
As a film you will love it too. Here is the castaway on the lonely
island where Defoe placed his hero, with Man Friday as his sole
companion for over twenty years. It is a great story, well told.
SB/30084 The Blue Light. (4 Reels.) One of the last of the German
mountain films, and probably the best. " A. film of extraordinary
beauty, pictorial power and of a rare rhythmic continuity," as
one critic has said. A co-operative effort by Leni Riefenstahl
(director and leading actress), Hans Schneeberger (cameraman),
and Bela Balazs (writer). With Theodore Weimann, and the
villagers of the Saarn Valley. This time it is summer up in the
mountains, and the camera catches all the shimmering beauty
of the tree-filled glades and sparkling rocks. The story is based
on an old legend of the Dolomites, concerning a mysterious
glowing light on a mountain top, which can be reached in safety
only by Junta, a strange outcast girl in direct communion with
nature. Eventually a visitor to the village climbs to investigate,
and finds that the light emanates from a rich deposit of crystal.
The results of his discovery are beneficial to the villagers, but
disastrous to Junta. Note, among a great deal of interest in this
wonderful film, the striking use of close-ups of peasant faces, and
of time-lapse photography when the sun rises or sets on the
SB/30085 Hearts of Oak. Directed by H. Bruce Woolf for British
Instructional. The story of the most famous naval event in
the history of the first World War, the storming of ZeeBrugge.
Submarine warfare had become such a menace not only to those
who followed the call of the sea, but also to those vf\\o looked
to men and ships to bring the necessities of life across the wide
oceans to this country. Something had to be done to stop the
toll on shipping. Here is the great adventure our Navy under-
took Little ships and big ships meet at a secret rendezvous . . .
then comes the mighty battle of Zrcbrugge Mole . . .and the
return of men and ships from out of the mists of the Channel . . .
the day's work well and truly done. Some sections of this film
are necessarily reconstructions of events, others actual pictures
of the magnificent epic. In all, it is a truly great record of a
SB/30110 "Q" Ships. (4 Reels). This film tells in a vivid and authentic
manner the grand story of the British Mystery Fleet. The char-
acters truly come to Tfe and once the film begins you cannot fail
to share in the thrills and hr.rdships of war on and under the high
seas, of lucky escapes, of suffocation in a stricken U-boat, of
feeling you are actually with the "pani~" party abandoning ship
to lure yet another submarine into the line of fire. A film that
must be seen by everybody.
SB/30122 Down Channel. (2 Reels.) Featuring Henry Victor, Alf Goddard
and four-year-old Christopher Antony. An exciting British film
largely shot off Plymouth. Smiler, owner of the yacht "Rambler",
anxious for the return of his small son and to have the means to
provide for him, undertakes to deliver a mystery consignment
to another vessel down channel — a delivery about which no ques-
tions must be asked. Before long, Smiler finds himself a wanted
man murder being the charge.
SB/30163 La Barbarina. (3 Reels.) A Frederick Zelnick production,
featuring Lil Dagover, Hans Stuwe, and Otto Gebiihr as Frederick
the Great. Originally known as " The King's Dancer," this is
a fine German costume drama, based on true incidents in the
fabulous career of Frederick II., of Prussia. To cover his pre-
parations for an impending war, the King invites La Barbarina, a
beautiful dancer, to Berlin, so that his enemies will believe he is
whiling away his time in flirtation. The developments from this
odd situation are both dramatic and highly entertaining.
SB/30165 Orphans of the Storm. (4 Reels). The well-known phrase
really has a charming story behind it. It tells of the adventures
of Henriette and Louise, a blind girl, who are separated in Paris.
It is a moving drama with an ending appealing to all audiences.
SB/30179 Matinee Idol. (3 Reels). Featuring Camilla Horn, Miles Mander
and Marguerite Allen. Romantic lover both off and on the stage,
Harley Travers proves a fascination to the young sister of the
leading lady in a play. One night Travers is found murdered in
his flat and, though suspicion falls upon the actress, the per-
petrator of the crime is finally revealed as one of many admirers
attracted by the idol of the matinee.
SB/30206 Tenderfoot Tim. (2 Reels). Just those qualities of entertain-
ment and instruction looked for in a film on Scouting will be
found in this picture made available by courtesy of the Boy Scouts'
Association. "Tenderfoot Tim" recounts the story of Jack and
his plan of bringing into the Movement a boy whom he can in-
struct in all the elementary branches of the work of his troop.
SB/30207 The Man Tamer. Featuring Edmund Cobb. To obtain Martha's
consent to marry him, Tommy Ryan has to promise to give up
fighting. A rival provokes a set-to and instinctively Tommy joins
in and loses Martha's good opinion for a while.
SB/30208 Cubs Courageous. (2 Reels). Into this story of "Boxer Brown"
and a pack of Wolf Cubs has been woven the instruction and en-
joyment given to a new recruit who is represented by the Squire's
son, who formerly had no use for Cubs. The film is provided by
courtesy of the Boy Scouts' Association.
SB/30273 Ten Laps to Go. (3 Reels). Featuring Rex Lease, Muriel Evans
and Duncan Renaldo in a gripping story of rivalry, both on and
off the motor track. There are crashes and climaxes, scheming
to steal plans and frustrations, big prizes at stake and honours
to be won. Throughout the story the unswerving purpose of one
man is indelibly stamped.
SB/30278 Fury Below. (3 Reels). Featuring Russell Gleason, Maxine
Dayle, Mathew Betz and Rex Lease. In the Acme coal-mine,
deaths are no uncommon thing when old man Cole hands over
supervision to his grandson. The youngster takes his job lightly
until a terrible explosion in the mine takes a heavy toll of lives.
Then he sets to work to find out the cause of so many disasters,
sheer misadventure or sabotage ?
SB/30326 Zampa. An exceptionally brilliant one-reel drama, which tells the
exciting story of Zampa, whose adventures were first published as
La Fiancee de Marbre." He is a swashbuckling brigand, whose
dazzling exploits leave the town aghast until he tries to abduct a
young bride after her wedding. The climax is truly startling.
SB/303 39 The Wizard's Apprentice. Another first-rate one-reel drama in-
spired by Goethe's poem " The Sorcerer's Apprentice." The
magician's young assistant, trying to copy his master's wizardry,
starts something he cannot stop. Trick photography adds greatly
to the excitement of this weird tale.
SB/30492 Southern Mail. (2 Reels.) Jacque, a mail-plane pilot, forced
to land in the desert, takes refuge at a Foreign Legion outpost,
w^here he is involved in a running fight with the Arabs and finally
loses his life for love.
SB/30493 Daughters of the Rhone. (2 Reels). Depicting a farmer's
struggle to avoid bankruptcy and disgrace. The persecuting
creditor eventually meets his end at the hands of the farmer's
SB/30555 Alaskan Incident. (4 Reels.) With Del Cambre. Along
the Yukon to the Arctic Ocean lies the Alaskan Tundra
a w^ilderness of snow and ice, of marshes, glaciers, and
green forests. Once hazardous journeys wrere undertaken
with " husky " dogs which " mushed " their way to the
far-flung settlements. But today, aeroplanes bring food,
supplies and medical aid to the remotest parts connected by dog
sledge with the villages. This film is a thrilling chapter in the
life of a young physician of the Northland known as "The
SB/30566 New Adventures of Tarzan. (3 Reels.) With Bruce Bennet
as Tarzan. Tarzan makes the acquaintance of Major
Martling, a renowned archaeologist and leader of an
expedition in search of the Lost Goddess, a priceless
relic, and makes the trek through the jungle to the Lost City.
This, however, is not without competition, as another party, led
by a renegade named Raglan, is out to steal the prize for them-
selves. Tarzan's party is captured by the guards of the Lost City
and taken to the temple to be tortured. As Tarzan is about to
die Raglan is seen to be making off with the Lost Goddess, the
guards are alarmed and immediately give chase; in the con-
fusion that follows Tarzan and his friends escape, later to overtake
Raglan and gain the priceless Goddess for themselves.
Pathescope 9.5 m/m
Charlie on the Boards
Take the Air
It's a Gift
Freedom for Ever
The New World
The Water Cure
A Gallant Fireman
Hurrah for the Holidays
The Last Commandment
Full Steam Ahead
Paul Becomes a Cave Man
Emerald of the East (2 Reels)
The Little Follies Girl (2 Reels) ..
Billy the Sea Dog
Jackie's Fire Brigade
Your Money or Your Life
A Joyous Journey
Conquest of the Air: (The Pioneers)
Accidents will Happen
Gloria (4 Reels)
Belphegor (2 Reels)
The Marathon Runner (4 Reels)
Felix is Hungry
Sergeant Leafleur (2 Reels)
Our Gang Out For Fun
Snub, the Oil Magnate
SB/839 The Malaysian Kris (2 Reels)
SB/841 In the Footsteps of Marco Polo — 1 ...
SB/842 In ^he Footsteps of Marco Polo — 2 ...
SB/843 In the Footsteps of Marco Polo — 3 ...
SB/844 In the Footsteps of Marco Polo — 4 ...
SB/845 In the Footsteps of Marco Polo — 5 ...
SB/846 Jealousy in the Circus (2 Reels)
SB/847 Snub, the Ferry Boatman
SB/848 Our Pet. the Baby
SB/852 The Tournament (3 Reels)
SB/853 Robert Macaire (3 Reels)
SB/8S4 Fridolin at the Winter Sports
SB/856 James and George, Kidnappers
SB/857 Cowboy Comedy
SB/861 Strange Encounter (3 Reels)
SB/866 Prince Alexia (3 Reels)
SB/868 Up for Auction
SB/869 Motive For Murder (4 Reels)
SB/870 Radio Rescue
SB/871 Norway and Sweden
SB/872 Glaciers and their Uses ,
SB/874 Morocco ,
SB/878 Conquest of the Railway ,
SB/883 The Last of the Knights
SB/884 Honeymoon (3 Reels)
SB/885 La Maternelle (4 Reels)
SB/886 The Town Rat and the Country Rat
SB/887 Master of the World (3 Reels)
SB/1467 The Monkey (or Primate)
M/1507 Warm Temperate Regions
M/152I Carnivorous Plants
SB/1543 La Saint Chapelle
M/1546 Sponge Fishing
M/1548 In Scotland and the English Lake District ..
SB/4381 Charlie Detective (2 Reels)
SB/4424 Oliver Twist (4 Reels)
M/5006 With the Malagasy in Madagascar
M/5007 Winter Soorts
M/5012 Rites and Ceremonies
M/5015 James and the Brown Hand
M/5016 Felix Falls in Love
M/5021 Snub, the Skating Ace
M/5024 Tenth Olympiad
M/5029 Gowns, Limited
M/5031 Life in the Sub-Tropics
M/5033 The Rent Problem
M/5034 James Manages a Restaurant ...
M/5035 The Sea
M/5037 Freddy Goes Greek
M/5045 James the Jockey
M/5046 The Arachnida (Spiders and their Allies) ..
M/5047 Regions of Ice and Snow
M/5048 Birds and their Nests
M/5051 Cold Temperate Regions
M/5052 Running Birds
M/5053 Sisal Hemp
M/5054 On the Mountains
M/5055 Tropical Regions
M/5061 Three Lives on a Lifeline
SB/5062 The Esquimaux
M/5065 The Two Cupids
D/10444 Parachute Jumping
D/10446 A Lesson in Tennis
D/10447 A Lesson in Skating ..
D/10450 Stag Hunting
D/10451 Paddle Your Own Kayak
SB/30027 Blackmail (2 Reels) ..
SB/30029 The Ring (2 Reels) ..
SB/30030 Piccadilly (3 Reels) ..
SB/30034 The Informer (3 Reels) ..
SB/30039 Dolores (2 Reels)
SB/30043 The Lion Tamer (2 Reels)
SB/30059 Tommy Atkins (2 Reels)
L/30062 Oh That Mule !
L/30063 The Alarum Clock
D/30065 Ham the Fly Fisher ...
SB/30070 The Manxman (2 Reels)
SB/30071 Kitty (2 Reels)
SB/30074 Apey Days (2 Reels) ...
SB/30082 Sally's Day Out
SB/30083 Robinson Crusoe (3 Reels)
SB/30084 The Blue Light (4 Reels)
SB/30085 Hearts of Oak
M/30091 The Royal Wedding (H.R.H. Duke of Kent)
SB/30092 In the Footsteps of the Conquerors
SB/30096 Circus Days (Bonzo)
D/30097 Sally Wants to Play
D/30I08 Stop Thief!
SB/30n0 "Q" Ships (4 Reels)
SB/301 11 Bonzo the Traveller
SB/30112 Here Come the Zoo (Part I— A to K)
SB/30115 North of Zanzibar (2 Reels)
M/30I18 Tally Ho I Bonzo
SB/30119 Royal Silver Jubilee ...
SB/30122 Down Channel (2 Reels)
L/30127 Jungle Dance
L/30128 The Big Boy Arrives ...
L/30129 The Serenade
L/30131 Horace Horsecollar Performs
L/30132 Mickey Enlists
L/30133 Hello Minnie
L/30134 Two Owls
D/30136 On With the Show
D/30140 Dwarfs at Play
D/30142 Music to the Rescue ...
D/30145 Mickey Sells Hot Dogs ...
D/30146 Prelude Mickey
D/30147 Lunch For Three
M/30153 All Aboard
M/30157 Moose-Hunting Mickey ...
M/30158 Mickey's Taxi Cab
M/30159 Pioneer Mickey
SB/30160 In Search of Adventure (Episode 1)
SB/30161 In Search of Adventure (Episode 2)
SB/30162 In Search of Adventure (Episode 3)
SB/30163 La Barbarina (3 Reels)
SB/30165 Orphans of the Storm (4 Reels)
D/30168 Boo Boo's Baby
SB/30171 Here Comes the Zoo (Part2— L to Z)
SB/30177 Marvels of the Amazon (Episode 1)
SB/30179 Matinee Idol (3 Reels)
SB/30180 Marvels of the Amazon (Episode 2)
SB/30182 Marvels of the Amazon (Episode 3)
SB/30183 Courage of Collins (2 Reels)
D/30189 Minnies Free Ride
D/30190 Froggie a-Wooing
SB/30198 Four-Square Steve (2 Reels)
SB/30199 The Two-Fister (2 Reels)
SB/30202 A Man's Size Pet
SB/30206 Tenderfoot Tim (2 Reels)
SB/30207 The Man Tamer
SB/30208 Cubs Courageous (2 Reels)
SB/30210 News Review of 1936 ...
SB/30211 Walter Finds a Father ...
D/30212 The Crystal Palace Fire
D/30214 Mickey's Brigade Turns Out
D/30215 Minnie's Hero
D/30216 Fireman Mickey ...
D/30217 Mickey Breaks Jail
D/30218 Fish Frolics
D/30219 Polar Party
L/30221 Pluto and the Rabbits
L/30222 Free Feast
L/30223 Raining Cats and Pluto
L/30224 Mickey the Violinist
SB/30226 The Coronation Procession
SB/30228 Glorious Sacrifice (4 Reels)
M/30229 Fire Fighters
SB/30230 The Cornation Ceremony
L/30241 Donald Duck's Debut
L/30242 Clara Cluck
D/30245 Donald Duck ...
M/30247 I Eats My Spinach
M/30248 Old Man of the Mountains
M/30249 Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party
M/30250 Blow Me Down
M/30251 1 Yam What I Yam
M/30252 Wild Elephinks
M/30253 Parade of the Wooden Soldi
M/30254 Morning, Noon and Night
M/30255 Seasin's Greetinks
D/30256 Noise Annoys Popeye ...
D/30257 Matador Popeye
D/30258 Big Cheese Popeye
D/30261 The Toy Shop
L/30262 Betty Boop's Tavern
L/30264 Popeye's Slippery Work
L/30265 Popeye a-Scalping
L/30266 Heave Ho Popeye
D/30267 Birdies Love Cats
SB/30272 News Review of 1937 ...
SB/30273 Ten Laps to Go (3 Reels)
M/30275 Mainly Maps
D/30276 Advance Australia
SB/30278 Fury Below (3 Reels) ...
M/30279 I Heard
D/30280 The Pick-a-Back Plane
M/30281 Sock-a-Bye Baby
B. Boop Carto
B. Boop Carto
B. Boop Cartoo
B. Boop Cartoo
B. Boop Cartoo
B. Boop Cartoc
B. Boop Cartoo
B. Boop Cartoo
M/30286 Old Sussex
SB/30287 The State Visit to Paris
L/30290 Mickey's Taxi Troubles
L/30291 All Hands to the Pump
L/30292 Mickey's Redskin Round-up
L/30293 Pluto's Plaything
L/30294 Mickey's Bird Scare
D/30296 Red Hot Indian
D/30298 When Winter Comes
D/30299 Harvest of the Fields
D/30300 Jog Along Joyride
D/30301 Pluto Plays Possum
L/30309 Tailor Maid
D/303n Redskin Raiders
D/30316 Tailor's Dummy
L/30318 H.M. Launches the Queen Elizabeth
SB/303J9 The Conquest of War
M/30321 Stagestruck Donald
D/30331 The Elopers
D/30332 The Castaways
L/30334 De Luxe Delivery
L/30335 Messenger Mix-up
L/30337 The Turkish Bath
SB/30338 News Review of 1938
SB/30339 The Wizard's Apprentice
L/30342 Against Militant Midgets
L/30343 In The Spider's Net
L/30344 At Crack of Dawn
M/30345 I Wanna Be a Lifeguard
M/30346 Brotherly Love
M/30348 Let's Get Moving
M/30349 Never Kick a Woman
M/30350 Iski Loveski Youski
D/30356 Peg Leg Pete
M/30360 More Pep
M/30361 We Did It
M/30364 Happy You and Merry Me
M/30366 You Gotta Be a Football Hero
M/30367 Little Nobody
M/30368 No, No, a Thousand Times No
M/30370 Vim, Vigor and Vitality
M/30371 Choose Your Weppins ...
M/30372 Be Kind to Aminals
M/30373 A Clean Shaven Man
M/30374 Pleased to Meet Cha
M/30375 The Adventures of Popeye
M/30376 A Little Soap and Water
M/30377 Stop That Noise
M/30378 Taking The Blame
M/30379 Dizzy Divers
M/30380 Not Now
M/30381 For Better or Worser
M/30382 Swat That Fly
M/30383 Judge For a Day
M/30384 King of the Mardi Gras
SB/30386 Mickey in Lilliput
M/30390 Beanstalk Mickey
M/30391 Come to Papa Mickey
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Donald Duck ...
Mickey Mouse ...
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B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
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Mickey Mouse ...
Mickey Mouse ...
M/30392 Mickey Out West
SB/30393 Penguin Love Parade
M/30394 Mickey's Robot
M/30395 Tailwagger Thief
SB/30396 Outlook Very Black
L/30400 Dust Bin Dust Up
L/30401 •' X " Marks the Spot
L/30402 Olive on the Rails
L/30403 Logging Along
L/30404 Calling on Olive
L/30405 Popeye the Jilter
D/30413 She Loves Me Not
D/304I4 Pudgy to the Rescue
D/30415 Health is Wealth
D/30416 Upsetting Bluto's Applecart
D/304I7 Rapier Razzle
D/30418 Bluto Gets the Bride
L/30430 Mighty Mama
SB/30432 Dassan (3 Reels)
SB/30434 News Review of 1939
M/30435 The Conquest of the "Graf Spec"
D/30453 Second Great Fire of London
SB/304S4 News Review of 1940
M/30457 Atlantic Conference
SB/30458 News Review of 1941
SB/30460 Release of Stalingrad
D/30461 U-Boat Pack Returns to Port
M/30462 Carrier "X"
D/30463 Malta Receives its G.C
SB/30464 El Alamein to Tunis (3 Reels)
SB/30465 Mr. Churchill in N. Africa and Teheran
SB/30466 Conquest of Sicily (2 Reels)
D/30467 Pearl Harbour
SB/30469 Commandos Raid Norway
D/30472 The Big Three at Teheran
SB/30473 News Review of 1943
SB/30474 On to Rome (1)
SB/30475 On to Rome (2)
SB/30476 On to Rome (3)
D/30477 The Flying Bomb
SB/30478 (1) Great Russian Offensive (1943-4)
SB/30479 (2) Great Russian Offensive (1943-4)
SB/30480 (3) Great Russian Offensive (1943-4)
D/30481 Rocket Typhoons
SB/30482 Invasion (2 Reels)
SB/30484 Liberation of Paris
SB/30487 News Review of 1944
M/30488 Operation Mulberry
SB/30489 News Review of 1945
SB/30490 The Victory Parade
D/30491 Victory Parade Fireworks
SB/30492 The Southern Mail (2 Reels)
SB/30493 Daughters of the Rhone (2 Reels) ...
M/30495 The Atom Bomb
SB/30496 News Review of 1946
M/30497 Mail Pilot
M/30498 Klondyke Kid
M/30499 Camping Troubles
M/30500 Building a Building
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B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
B. Boop Cartoon
Mickey Mouse ...
Mickey Mouse ...
Mickey Mouse ...
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Ye Olden Days ...
Mickey's Good Deed
Mickey's Pal Pluto
Royal South African
Mickey's Narrow Escape
The Skywayman ...
Mozzy Moments ...
Yukon Trail (2 Reels)
Tit for Tat
The Way Out ...
The Wedding of H.R.H.
What a Dream ...
Royal Wedding Gifts
Loveslick Pluto ...
News Review of 1947
Kettle of Canaries
Mickey Tries Hard
Mickey Rugger Hero
Well Done Pluto
Royal Silver Wedding
Rowing Around ...
A High Tea
The Royal Prince ...
News Review of 1948
To Ski or not to Ski
Alaskan Incident (4 Reels)
News Review of 1949
Murder on the Yukon
Brumas — Polar Maid
Trooping the Colour 1950
New Adventures of Tarzan (
Jack and Daphne ...
The Biter Bit
North West Justice
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D/30571 Charlie— the Actor
Sb/JUi)73 Whirlwind Horsemen (3 Reels)
Sb/30b79 News Review of 1950
SB/Jui80 Sports Review of 1950
SB/:<0:)81 Here and There
L/3Ui«2 Cup Final 1951
SB/3ub«4 Free For All
SB/30i8i Ghost Pimples
M/3U587 Mixed G'rilla
M/30S88 A Smooth Fright
D/30591 High Chinks
D/30b92 All Change
SB/30594 Princess Elizabeth's Tour of Canada
SB/30595 News Review of 1951
C/30597 Thrills and Spills
L/30599 Prince Charles 3 years old
SB/30600 A Tribute to King George VI.
C/30601 In Memoriam — King George VI.
C/30602 Funeral of King George VI
L/30603 Head First
C/30605 Cup Final 1952
D/30606 Bosom Pals
D/30608 Kid Gloves
L/30609 Fly Away Pluto
L/30610 Top C
D/30611 Paws of Breath
L/30612 Brace Yourself
M/30613 Lion Escape-aid ...
M/30615 A Train'd Chef
SB/30616 Mickey's Kangaroo
M/30617 Steeple Chase
M/30619 The Mad Dog
M/30620 Barnyard Olympics
SB/30621 News Review of 1952
C/30622 Newscope No. 1
C/30623 Newscope No. 2
C/30625 Newscope No. 3
C/30626 Newscope No. 4
C/30627 Newscope No. 5
C/30629 Newscope No. 7
M/30630 Mickey's Steamroller
M/30631 Fishing Around
C/30632 Horse Flies
D/30633 Horse Senseless
D/30636 Soft Soap
D/30637 Shakes and Ladders
C/30638 Bubble Gun
M/30643 The Cup Final 1953
SB/30645 Coronation Day
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The Procession to the Abbey
The Coronation Service
The Pet Store
The Snake Charmer
The Ugly Duckling
Review of the Year 1953
Sports Review of 1953 ...
Cookoo ... ' ...
Royal Tour of West Indies
Royal Tour of Fiji
Royal Tour of Tonga
Royal Tour of New Zealand
The Fox Hunt
Mickey Steps Out
Cup Final of 1954
Royal Tour of Australia
Bealine To Jersey
A Sorry Spectacle
How To Sell A Carpet ...
Royal Tour of New Zealand
News Review of 1954 ...
Sports Review of 1954 ...
The Cup Final 1955 ...
Newscope No. 8
Newscope No. 9
Newscope No. 10
Newscope No. 1 1
Newscope No. 12
Animal Beauty Parlour ...
The Lion and the Mouse
Horse Sense and Nonsense
It's Fun Being An Animal
Chaz Chase and the Hula H
Pluto Runs Riot
Old Crocks and Crazy Bikes
Fast and Furious
Captain Kid's Treasure
Pluto in the Drink
Stars on Skates ...
Eve Figures It Out
C/30723 Farnborough Air Show
C/30724 Children's Paradise
C/30725 Laughter and Tears
L/30727 Overcoat Overture
D/30728 Holding the Dummy
M/30729 Christmas Day Round the World
SB/30730 News Review of 1955
C/30732 Cassidy's Triumph
C/30733 Gun Justice
M/30734 Mesquite Trail
SB/30735 Sports Review of 1955
ASB/30736 Jordan Valley (2 Reels)
ASB/30737 Holy Year (2 Reels)
M/30738 Felix Meets Calamity Jane
M/30739 Felix in Outer Space
M/30740 Felix Tries for Close Harmony
M/30741 Felix Puts to Sea
D/30742 The Boat Race 1956
C/30744 The Cup Final 1956
D/30745 Chimps Tea Party
D/30746 Surf Thrills
M/30747 Felix Non Stop Fright
M/30748 Felix Tees off for African Games
D/30751 Foot Sore
D/30753 Tea Time Capers
C/30754 Ghost in the Post
M/30761 Felix Goes to China
M/30763 Felix Finds Himself in Merry Engl;
M/30764 Felix Gets Involved with an Elephant
M/30767 Felix Hits the Deck
M/30772 Felix Has a Picnic
You may not be able to PURCHASE every
film in this Catalogue but there is no reason
why you should not SEE them all.
Why not visit YOUR local Film Library
TO-DAY? It is
YOUR pleasure and
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name and address of YOUR local I
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So This is Ontario. (2 Reels). Ranging far and wide over this
Canadian province gives you a chance to study its development from
the earliest days up to the present time.
Scotland. (2 Reels). The beauties of nature untouched through
the centuries, including visits to the Isles of lona and Staffa, Fingal's
Cave, v^fhich leave an indelible impression of the Land of the Lochs.
Little Known England. (1 Reel). In an area of 20 miles of
Lavenham in East Anglia there are many beautiful buildings. A
visit to these old-world places comes to the screen, while Gatty Sellars
plays a sweet organ accompaniment.
Cornwall. (I Reel). Known as the Riviera of the British Isles,
Cornwall offers many glorious sights to charm the visitor by way
of the cinema screen.
In the Shadow of the Pyrenees. (2 Reels). All the quaint customs
and some modern practices too of the tiny State of Andorra in the
Pyrenees, intimately described by R. E. Jeffrey.
Western Highlands. (I Reel). The heather-clad glens, lovely
lochs and mist-shrouded mountains of Scotland, with austere Ben
Nevis towering over all.
The County of the White Rose. (1 Reel). Yorkshire and its cele-
brated moors and dales, supplemented by the history of the county's
ruins and a visit to York and its Minster.
West of the Andes. (1 Reel). Introducing the natural gifts of
Chile with magnificent views of the Laja Waterfalls.
A Nation's Birthplace. (2 Reels). The birthplace of Washington,
Penn and the original pioneers of the "Mayflower" in the West
Country are shown with their connection with the American counter-
Sentinel Isle. (2 Reels). This is not a war film, but the strategic
position of Ceylon makes it an important stronghold in any Far East
defence plan. This then is a film dealing with the island and its
people. The history of Ceylon is lost in antiquity, but the modern
inhabitants of the country are an indulgent, peace-loving people
following the same primitive crafts as their forefathers, but enjoying
the advantages that go with membership of the British Common-
wealth of Nations. The fertile soil allows them to live free and easy
lives and the many and diverse activities of the population are shown
in the film.
Four Thousand Years. (2 Reels). Back through the centuries to
the land of Ancient Egypt. Back three thousand years and more to
the temples of the Pharaohs, the Colossi and the Valley of the Kings.
Egypt has always possessed a fascination for Western man and in
this film we visit the lesser known parts of the ancient country and
the modern cities which a later age has erected on historic sites.
This land, which can produce the century old glories of King Tutan-
khamen's tomb and a race meeting at the Alexandria Sporting Club,
is a country of surprises and the film is novel and varied entertain-
Travel - Sound
T/9762 Land of My Fathers. (4 Reels). Travelogue and interest. This is
a tour of England and Wales, which includes the capital, London,
^1anchester with its barge traffic, the Northwick salt industry, the
rocky Devon Coast, Stonehenge and Villages, where the legends
and traditions are encountered. From Chester with its ancient
city wall, the tour takes us to beautiful Wales with majestic
Snowdon, the turbulent river Dee, Cardiff and remote villages.
The Horse Fair, Cattle Market, Druids Path, Carnarvon and
Harlech Castles, and a sinister derelict slate quarry where sheep
a'one roam, are all explored. Melodious Welsh singing is heard.
Good and varied interest, with an informative commentary by
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T9300 Cheerio. (2 Reels). Billy Merrin and his Commanders, with
Ken Crossley, the song-stylist of the air, and Alice and Jimmy
Dey, offer delightful musical entertainment.
T9301 Clap Hands. (2 Reels). Charlie Kunz, wizard of the piano and
his Band, together with Teddy Brown, maestro of the xylophone,
combine to give you a jolly round of musical entertainment of
T9303 Ocean Tempest. (1 Reel). A veritable symphony of sound and
sea, wherein the ocean in all its moods is attuned to melodious
music from the organ.
19304 Scenes in Harmony. (1 Reel). The beauties of the land, the
fruit trees in luscious bloom, scenes of open and unspoiled
countryside skilfully woven into a delightful film, with famous
melodies as a sound accompaniment.
T9305 The Show's the Thing. (2 Reels). Billy Merrin and his Com-
manders, with Ronald Frankau and the Dorchester Girls in a round
of symphonic jazz and enjoyment.
T93I0 Blue of the Night. (2 Reels). A light story to allow Bing
Crosby to sing three songs, including "Auf Wiedersehen" and
"Blue of the Night".
T93I6 Harlem Holiday. (I Reel). Turner Layton singing "East of
the Sun '; Buck and Bubbles singing "Harlem Rhythm"; Elizabeth
Welch singing "Nightfall"; Nicholas Brothers in a "hot" song and
T934I Sing, Bing, Sing. (2 Reels). Bing Crosby, with a well-laid plan
to elope with old Sale's daughter finds excuse to render "Hide-
awray", then "Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea", next
"Lovable", and finally "Snuggle in my Arms".
r9342 Pathe-Vox Review No. 1. (1 Reel). Some highlights of the
screen. Arthur Riscoe and Frances Day singing "Between You
and Me and the Carpet"; George Gee and Gina Malo singing
"Can't You See What I've Got"; George Formby singing "Riding
in the T.T. Races".
T9343 Pathe-Vox Review No. 2. (I Reel). Florence Desmond and
George Formby singing "Riding on a Rainbov^"; Binnie Hale sing-
ing "I'm so happy to be Back Home"; Sonnie Hale on an hilarious
T9344 Pathe-Vox Review No. 3. (1 Reel). Binnie Hale and Gordon
Harker learn to dance the Rumba; Florence Desmond and George
Formby singing "Your Way is My Way"; Frances Day singing
"Me and My Dog".
T9350 Across Europe With Jack Hylton and His Band. (2 Reels).
Presenting a sparkling interpretation of the manner in which a
piece of music would be played in various parts of the world, and
with the following great names in variety to entertain you : The
Leon Woizikowsky Ballet; The Dalmora Can-Can Dancers;
Camora, the Spanish Dancing Beauty; The Two Mackeys, Harlem's
Hottest "Hoofers"; Magda Neeld, Australia's Star of Song;
Mathea Merryfield, the exotic Dancer.
Pathe-Vox Review No. 4. (1 Reel). Ambrose and his Orchestra
playing "We're Tops on Saturday Night", with vocal refrain; Jack
Buchanan singing "I'm Still Dreaming"; Richard Tauber singing
"You Must Have Music", an extract from feature film T9I03
entitled "Land Without Music".
Pathe-Vox Review No. 5. (1 Reel). The Rhythm Brothers sing-
ing "Riding Up the River Road"; Shuffle Dance by Jack Buchanan;
Richard Tauber singing "Heaven in a Song", extracted from
"Und Without Music", (T9103).
Pathe-Vox Review No. 6. (1 Reel). "Peanuts", sung by Sam
Browne, with Ambrose and his Orchestra; "The Ruins that Crom-
well Knocked About a Bit", by Leon Cortez and his Coster Band;
"Simple Little Melody", sung by Richard Tauber, from "Land
Without Music". (T9103).
Pathe-Vox Review No. 7. (I Reel). "Serenade in the Night",
played by Ambrose and his Orchestra, sung by Sam Browne;
Larry Adler playing "Stardust"; Harry Tate in a motoring sketch.
Jivin' and Jammin'. (2 Reels). The Maurice Arnold Sextet with
melodies both old and new.
Tin Pan Alley. A wander at will down Tin Pan Alley meeting
stars of stage and screen on the way — Pat Kirkwood, Vera Lynn,
Petula Clark, Billy Cotton, The Five Smith Brothers and a host
of other celebrities. A Pathe Pictorial subject.
Variety Jubilee. (9 Reels). The story of the rise and fall of
a famous music hall during fifty years. Famous variety stars
of the past and present combine forces to produce all the
glamour, sparkle, pathos and humour of those happy days.
Charles Coburn, Reginald Purdell, Lesley Brook, George Robey,
Ellis Irving, George Merritt, Ganjou Brothers and Juanita re-
captures the spirit of days gone by with some of the old time
favourites : "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo",
"After the Ball", "We Were Comrades", "A Little of What
You Fancy Does You Good", "Lily of Laguna" and many others.
If you enjoy variety then this film will certainly prove a "Top
of the Bill" entertainment.
Gaiety George. (9 Reels. ) The film story is based on the life of
Georges Edwardes, who, it is said, was the first producer to stage
the Musical-Comedy in London. In the early 1 900's the Music
Hall was passing through a very difficult period; attendances were
poor and many of the artistes could only be described as second
rate. It was into this despondent and topsy-turvy world that
George Howard (Richard Greene) thrust himself. He had just
arrived from Ireland full of enthusiasm, energy and plans, but
with a capital which hardly matched his ideas. This film then,
portrays his struggles and victories, his gains and losses, but
above all, his determination to present to the world some of the
finest Musical Comedies that have ever graced the stage. " Gaiety
George " is a film with human appeal that will delight audiences of
Son Review No. 1. (Length, approximately 120ft.). The Son
Reviews contain sequences made by the Royal Kiltie Juniors. This
group of lads and lassies are gathered from all corners of Great
Britain and are trained by Arthur and Madeleine Fox. The aver-
age age of the youngsters is 16. Peter Sinclair, the famous Scot-
tish comedian is the star of the show, but the youngsters with
their singing, dancing and humour aid and abet him in bringing
a very high standard to these musicals. In this review, Peter Sin-
clair sings ■* A Highland Honeymoon " and Kim Houghton from
Manchester sings " We All Have a Song In Our Hearts."
T/9773 Son Review No. 2. (Length approx. 140ft.). Ralph Brison sings
1 wandered Alone As A Stranger" and the Royal Kiltie Choir
sing the famous " Ave Maria."
T/9774 Son Review No. 3. (Length approx. 140ft.). The Irish ballad
Eileen O sung by three of the young ladies and a Strauss
waltz selection sung and danced by a group of these versatile
T9230 Giants of the Forest. (I Reel). Belize in British Honduras is
one of the most important centres for mahogany. Here is tree
felling in the jungle, transportation by water and cutting of vast
trunks into planks ready for export in a ready market.
T935I Dassan. (4 Reels). A Cherry Kearton production featuring
Nature's greatest little comedians, the jackass penguins in their
native haunt off the south-west coast of Africa and in their
migratory journey across the seas.
T9353 Mototo. (3 Reels). A Cherry Kearton production illustrating
the real life story of a young lion saved from a jungle fire and
brought to England.
T9356 This Fishy Business. (2 Reels). The fish of the breakfast table
may be well known to you, but what of the others that are in
the sea ? Here is an introduction to all sorts and shapes of fish,
providing a close-up study and a most amusing commentary.
T93 5 7 Treasures From the East. (1 Reel). The gathering of coconuts
and monkey-nuts for use at home and export.
T9358 The Royal Duchy. (2 Reels). Cornwall, with its atmosphere
of peace and calm, together with glimpses of china-clay quarrying,
pottery-making and farming of oysters.
T9365 The Homes of Our King. (2 Reels). Royal Homes of Britain,
including Sandringham, Balmoral, Holyrood, Windsor and Buck-
ingham Palace, with the ceremony of the changing of the guard.
T9366 All In a Day's Work. (2 Reels). A comparison between the
lives as they are lived by town folk and their country cousins.
The peaceful English countryside against the hurly-burly of the
T9368 Workmates. (2 Reels). The horse, man's greatest friend.
Many thousands work in the coalmines and this film shows a two-
year old being introduced to underground v^rork where he and
his "putter " become real pals.
T93 69 Lord Nelson. (I Reel.) In this cameo is pictured the life of
our national hero from childhood days at Burnham Thorpe to
the tragic moment aboard the "Victory".
T9378 Stand Up and Breathe. (2 Reels). Fittingly sub-titled "A Page
from a Doctor's Diary", this him shows you how sedentary
vs'orkers can keep fit, how to keep up your chin, and to face the
world a fit person.
T9550 The Artful Dodger. (I Reel.). The making of tubes of paint, then
Edward Swan, the artist, with famous model Esme Bankhead.
Next a visit to Scottish Highlands and, finally, Pat Taylor singing
"Spring Don't Mean a Thing to Me".
T955I Taking the Cake. (I Reel). Mass production cake-making;
Sporting weapons through the Ages; Spring in the country; Texas
Ted and his Ranchers singing "I'm a High Falutin' root-tooting
Puncher from Bar Ranch A".
T9552 Vanity Ware. (I Reel). The use of artificial finger-nails arvd
eyebrows, while a stylish coiffure completes the picture, then a
close inspection of Wild Bee City; on to the making of safety-
razor blades and, finally, the Morris Logan Trio playing "Star-
T9553 Bobbing About. (1 Reel). Making lace in the manner of 400
years ago; latest uses for lace; a visit to Lubeck; microscopic
carvings in ivory; the making of surgical gloves and rubber boots;
the Czigane Orchestra playing an Hungarian melody.
T9554 Pot Shots. (I Reel). Making flower-pots; The Hampshire
countryside at Exton; Champion Arctic Samoyeds, Huskies, Elk-
hounds and Chow-chows; Harry Leader and his Band.
T9555 Arty Egg Samples. (1 Reel). Nora Nichol making artificial
flowers from egg-shells; Weaving mill and machinery in Halstead
in Essex; A visit to Bodium Castle in Sussex; Audrey Parker sing-
ing "One Kiss Before We Part".
T9556 Dust Up. (1 Reel). The why and wherefore of vacuum
cleaners; thoroughbred foals; Max and Buddy Baer in training;
Vivian .Ashdown, artist, intermingling playing the drum and hand-
T9557 A Corking Story. (1 Reel). Manufacture of cork from bark
to bottle; Crepe paper hats, bags and belts; Glass-bottle making
en masse; Mexican dance by Terry and partner.
T9558 Its a Racquet. (I Reel). Making tennis and badminton rac-
quets; Send Manor, Ripley; cream-making (not for war-time);
Foreshore playground in the shadow^ of the Tower of London;
Thames bucket dredger; Jack Brady's Band.
T9559 Sweet-Art. (I Reel). Making Butter-scotch; Fabric mosaics;
Maidenhead and Bray; Richard Dabson, waiter-composer, and his
T9560 Train of Events. (I Reel). Swansea; Moss and his master,
railway guards; London Zoo Aquarium; Reggie Bristow and his
T956I Hot Stuff. (I Reel). Preparing pickles; Performing cats;
Hampton Court Palace; A lily nursery; Reggie Bristow and
George Coll "swinging" on two pianos.
T9562 Model Men. (I Reel). Designing paper cut-outs; restoring
Bone galleons; making seaside rock; Back-stage of the Open Air
Theatre; Valkierer and Bradley singing "Good-bye Hawaii".
T9563 Play Fare. (1 Reel). Native children's toys in Tavistock
Clinic Museum; the designing of headwear; Oswald Ray in a
tearing hurry; Tristan de Cunha; Joe and Buster, novelty dancers.
T9564 Peas and Plenty. (1 Reel). Manufacturing split peas; Fashion
Show; Strand-on-the-Green; Bread-baking; Leslie Southgate Trio.
T9565 Up to the Hilt. (i Reel). Sword making; Malayan rubber
plantation; making hot-water bottles; Otford, lovely Kentish
village; Pianist, violinist and singer.
T9566 Modern Daze. (I Reel). School of interior decorating: Uxton
near Cambridge, the art of caricature; a visit to a bell foundry;
melody with hand bells.
T9567 Striking Gold. (I Reel). Making gold-leaf; glamorising loco-
motives; London's horse troughs; Miniature gardens; Artist Frank
Slater sketching and interviewing artist Hildegarde.
T9568 Behind the Screens. (1 Reel). Half-tone printing blocks;
Robello, the juggler; Metal Jewellery; Caledonian Market; Billy
T9569 Sum Game. (I Reel). Modern methods of teaching geometry;
ancient and modern footwear; old musical boxes; Marjorie Day
in a dance of Old Madrid.
T95 70 Take Your Seat. (I Reel). Spring mattress and easy chair
making; analysing handwriting; hop-picking in Kent; Hawaiian
T957I Still Life. (I Reel). Making gin; Professor Low demonstrates
strange senses of wild creatures; Thames-side at Fulham; Frank
Walker and his B.B.C. Octet.
T9572 Spinning a Yarn. (1 Reel). The making of girdles and other
yarn garments; Mr. Wragg, Woodcut Artist; Training Children's
Nurses; The Minipiano Eight.
T9573 Stage Coaching. (1 Reel). The London Theatre Studio;
Scented Jewellery; Making Sealing-wax; Artistic wax pictures;
Harry Robins, xylonophonist.
T9574 Keeping the Piece. (I Reel). Rebecca Thompson, designer
with odds and ends; Making stereotype printing blocks; The Wye
Valley; Making ball-bearings.
T9575 Mewsical Airs. (1 Reel). Old musical instruments; Foam bath-
ing; Surrey countryside; Band instrument making; Saxaphone
Three led by Norman Phillips.
19576 Fare's Fair. (I Reel). Printing Railway tickets; Collection of
ancient telescopes; Art of etching; Amelio, the boy accordionist.
T9577 Brake It Gently. (I Reel). School for drivers; Metal flowers;
Shalfont, Essex village; Fibre case making.
T9630 A Day at the Soviet Front. (1 Reel). A documentary film
made by a Russian Film Unit of an active day on the Russian
Front, including an artillery barrage, capture of a German tank
and a cavalry charge.
T963I A Strong Point 42. (2 Reels). A documentary film made by a
Russian Film Unit of an attack, by a handful of troops, on a
German strongpoint. Despite heavy shelling and machine gun
fire they fight through and capture the position, which they hold
against a heavy German counter-attack until reinforced by their
T969I Roof of America. (2 Reels). This is a record of the Polish
mountaineering expedition to the High Andes, in a remote corner
of Argentina. The highest mountain of the group, El Mercedario
and .Aconcagua, both over 23,000 feet in height, were climbed by
the expedition, and unique pictures were taken of the ascents.
The thrills and adventures of the party have been captured by
the camera, and their journey through the strange, unique snow
formations, which cover acres of ground, is something the like of
which has not previously been seen on the screen. The full rage
of a storm at 20,000 feet above sea level is experienced, and we
see the final conquest of the summits by men who have to fight
for every step they take by reason of the effect of the high alti-
tude on the human frame. Men who, dragging their feet behind
them step by step, are afraid to sit down because the effort of
getting up again v^^ould be too great.
T9693 Land's End to John O'Groats. (3 Reels). True to its title, this
film follows the route from Land's End, in Cornwall, to John
O'Groats, in the north of Scotland. The camera takes us along
the pleasant bye-ways of Devon, Vk^here we see something of the
local industries, and on to Wells Vk^ith its magnificent cathedral.
Continuing our journey we pass through Gloucester, Buxton Spa
and on to Manchester. Here we look around some of the many
industries. The famous Manchester Ship Canal is next visited
and carries us on to Liverpool, the city of shops. Then back
into the open country again to enjoy the beauties of Cumberland,
and to v^atch the fascinating sheep dog trials before visiting
Carlisle. On the Scottish border we visit the old forge at Gretna
Green before moving on to the fair city of Edinburgh and the
historic town of Stirling. The Highland scenery has much ap-
peal to the eye, while the games and Scottish reels, danced at
Inverness, reflect the true spirit of Scotland. And so on to John
O'Groats, where our picture ends with some fine views of the
Scottish scene. The Commentary, in this most interesting
documentary, is spoken by three well-known broadcasters,
Michael Brooke, Frederick Allen and James Urquhart, who all
contribute much to the interest.
T9695 Across the Waters. (2 Reels). Throughout the ages, whenever
man, in his wanderings, has found his progress barred by a river,
he has devised a means of crossing it. Our early ancestors had
no science to aid them and were compelled to use a tree trunk
either as a raft or bridge. This film illustrates the development
of many varied means of crossing the waters, from prehistoric
times to the present day, and is an entertaining and original ex-
ample of the up-to-date interest subject.
T9700 Men of Tomorrow. (2 Reels). Documentary. This film shows
clearly a day in the life of a Cadet in the Royal Naval Training
College at Pangbourne, starting with early morning Reveille and
the scamper to parade for exercises. Throughout the day various
parts of the college are visited, the Chart Room where the Cadets
learn navigation, the Seamanship Room where teaching is assisted
by the use of models. In another part of the building models of
warships of every description are seen in the making. Outdoors
the Cadets learn signalling, rope climbing and fencing and on the
Thames rowing and sailing boats are handled with skill. The
film has a grand finale, showing the Graduation Parade and the
march past, headed by the massed Cadet Band. From here men
take their places in the numerous branches of the Senior Service
to ensure that, as in the past, in the future too, Brittania Rules
T970I The Last Journey. (I Reel.) Documentary. From the Great
Hall of Westminster the body of his late Majesty is carried on its
final journey from King George VI. 's beloved capital and home,
London. Through the streets of London, lined all the way with
thousands upon thousands of his subjects paying final homage,
the procession winds its way slowly to Paddington station where
the coffin is borne on to the Royal train to take it to its last resting
place at St. George's Chapel, Windsor.
T9707 Trooping the Colour 1952. (I Reel.) Documentary. In the first
year of her reign Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 11. reviews her
Guards at the spectacular and traditional Trooping the Colour on
Horse Guards Parade.
T/9732 Monsters. Do " monsters " exist ? Many authorities assert that
they are just figments of the imagination, but there are others
who wonder. . . . Perhaps you, too, are sceptical. This little film
does not attempt to prove or disprove any particular theory, but
merely to make you think.
T/9738 The Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. (2 Reels).
Here in all its pageantry and brilliance is a never-to-be forgotten
record of the wonderful and outstanding event in British History.
From the moment the Goiden Coach leaves Buckingham Palace,
the crowds lining the route, tumultuously acclaim their young
and beautiful Queen, on this her Coronation Day. Complete,
in all its detail, this film brings to you the full significance and
history of the Coronation Service. Here is a film which will
capture your imagination and stii the hearts of all 3'our audi-
ences a film which will present a complete and permanent
record of this truly great occasion.
T/9754 Thames Valley. (2 Reels.) Much has been written about Old
Father Thames, but generally this has concentrated on that por-
tion so loved by Londoners as a whole. This film, hov^^ever, treats
the subject in a different manner and the camera is used to take
you on the journey from the Thames source, right down until it
reaches the Pool of London.
T/9760 Christmas Day Round the World. (I Reel). A special Christmas
release that takes you, the audience, round the world on Christ-
mas Day, showing how worshippers in many lands gather to give
thanks on this day of all days. This film is released in sound and
silent versions and is certainly a must for all Christmas Shoves.
T/9763 Our Mr. Shakespeare. (4 Reels). This is a documentary film deal-
ing w^ith Stratford-on-Avon and its associations with Shakespeare.
Many beauty spots and historical buildings of Warwickshire,
several of which are referred to in the plays, are also shown. The
Memorial Theatre is visited and a scene from " Hamlet " is seen.
Later there is an excerpt from "' Romeo and Juliet " at the annual
celebration at Southw^ark. The detail is interesting and varied and
is skilfully assembled, the commentary is informative and the
photography excellent. The film is refreshingly off the beaten
track and is good entertainment.
These three sound releases were sf'0)tsored by the Men's
Chronicle in order to provide correct athletic instruction
from the z'ery beginning for the young athletes of this
Country. The instruction and commentary is excellently
made on the films by Geoffrey Dyson, Chief National
Coach to the Amateur Athletic Association. The films
sho7i' Mr. Dyso)! coaching a squad of boys and girls and
by this means the viewer of the film can feel that she
or he is joining in with the class at i)istruction. The
films are so well made that audiences of all ages can
zcatch and learn the finer points of athletics even if they
have no intention of participating on the running track.
The aim of the film, as was stated at the beginning, is
to assist the young athlete, but zve feel that anyone
interested in athletics will be extremely interested in this
modern method of coaching athletes to world class.
T/9767 The Young Athlete, Sprinting and Hurdling (2 reels) The first part
this film is devoted to sprinting. By means of demonstration and
instruction to the squad the Chief National Coach explains the
starting position, accelerating from the start, the arm swing, the
sprinting angle and finishing. In the section of the film teaching
hurdling, emphasis is given to the fact that this is a sprinting
event. To this end the squad are first taught to sprint over canes
on the ground v/hich are raised progressively and the necessary
modification in technique involving the running action, the lateral
swinging of the rear leg, the use of the arms and the forward
lean are demonstrated. Throughout the film valuable use is made
of the slow motion camera.
T/9768 The Young Athlete, The High Jump (2 Reels) This film shows
that the Vvestern Roll is a method of jumping which can be learned
by any boy or girl. First the merits of the layout are made clear
and the progressions are shown from the elementary hop to the
finished Western Roil as demonstrated by a national champion.
Mr. Dyson puts his squad of young people through all these stages
of the jump, which they have mastered by the end of the film.
Details of technique are brought to light by some remarkable
sequence shots in slow inotion and instruction includes both work
in the field and in the gymnasium. The film shows many valuable
devices for teaching the jump vi^hich will be a great aid to coaches.
T/9769 The Young Athlete, Hozl' to Throzv the Jaz'clin (2 Reels) There
is a greater interest in javelin throwing in Britain now than ever
before and many schools have introduced the event into their
athletic programme. When boys and girls are shown how^ to throw
the javelin correctly, they not only throw it farther, they also
derive more fun, enjoyment and real benefit from it. In this film
the throwing technique of a junior champion is thoroughly
analysed in slo%v motion and suitable leading-up stages for school
and club use are clearly defined. Many of the progressions recom-
mended by the Chief National Coach may be used both in and
out-of-doors; they cover the hold, carry, running with the javelin,
the transition strides from run to throw and the throw itself.
T94 70 Sock-a-Bye Baby. (I Reel). When Popeye takes his offspring
out for an airing everyone conspires to wake the slumbering babe.
Musicians at practice, the radio station Y.A.P., a giant liner sound-
ing its siren and steel erectors hammering away are all silenced
in Popeye's own style. Even the terrific hooting of a traffic block
fails to wake the infant. But the mere ping of a safety-pin drop-
ping to the ground brings the sleeper to screaming life.
T94 71 Seasin's Greetinks. (1 Reel). Betwixt Popeye and the Big
Bloke there is rivalry where Olive Oyl is concerned. When Pop-
eye takes Olive for a lesson in skating, his rival gets up to a few
tricks of his own, calling for all the sailorman's ingenuity to bring
his beloved out of harm's way.
T9472 Blow Me Down. (1 Reel). When Popeye wanders into a Mexi-
can village to visit Olive Oyl his pleasure is spoiled by Bluto the
Bandit, who comes to shoot-up the cafe. It takes not a little
courage and a lot of spinach for Popeye to prove his prowess in
markmanship and mastery of Bluto to whom he finally administers
a knockout, carrying the big fellow right round the world.
T94 73 I Yam What I Yam. (I Reel). While Popeye and Olive Oyl are
on an island Indian warriors plan to make their stay uncomfort-
able. When Popeye is exploring the interior of the isle, some of
the braves are surrounding a shack built in the sailor's devastating
style. His highly amusing wanderings over, Popeye returns to
the homestead and quickly settles accounts with the invaders,
finally crowning himself "Big Cheese".
T94 74 I Eats My Spinach. (I Reel). Spain's national sport is of great
appeal to Popeye. While he is outdoing the performance of a
real matador, the bull-fighter is carrying off Olive Oyl. Soon
bull and Popeye are careering after captor and captive and all
ends well with Popeye in possession of a well-stocked butchers
T9475 Wild Elephinks. (1 Reel). As Popeye is presenting his visiting
card to the local reception committee an outsize elephant
another inhabitant of the island is seizing Olive Oyl and carrying
her off into the jungle. Little things like that do not worry
Popeye when he has had his spinach. He doles out punishment
to offenders and a brand new wardrobe of fur coats to his beloved.
T9476 Parade of the Wooden Soldiers. (I Reel). The lively tune
fitted to action provides you with a cartoon that could not be
more amusing nor more whimsical. To the strains of the ever-
green melody Betty Boop is delivered to the Toy Shop, there to
be crowned Queen. Only one toy disagrees and plans to steal
her away in the middle of the coronation. As Betty is being
carried off, the wooden soldiers come to her succour. After the
battle-royal many toys go to the second-hand shelves. Rubinoff
and his orchestra provide the musical interpretation.
T94 7 7 Old Man of the Mountains. (1 Reel). Cab Calloway, leader of
a world-famous orchestra, and Max Fleischer have combined to
offer you a remarkably fine rendering and setting of a song which
tells of the old rascal who is held in terror by villagers and of
Betty Boop's bearding of the Old Man in his den. (Not recom-
mended for exhibition to children).
T94 78 Morning, Noon and Night. (I Reel). Boop-a-doop-a-doop-a-
doop. Recorded by Rubinoff and his orchestra, this is the story
of a strange fate which nearly befalls one of Betty Boop"s little
friends who stray in pursuit of a nice, fat worm, and gets in the
path of the Tom Cats Social Club careering on its way to an
outing. The whole farmyard is upset, so are the cats.
T94 79 I Heard. (1 Reel). With Don Redman and his Band playing
the dance tune as an accompaniment, you will surely enjoy this
cartoon wherein the action takes place in and around Betty Boop's
Tavern, in the Land of Never Mine. Both above and in the mine
there is much a'doing, especially when Gas Ghosts are discovered
down the pit.
T9480 She Wronged Him Right. (I Reel). Max Fleischer takes you
back to the time when villains wore a black, curly moustache and
had mortgages as their favourite stock in trade, to the time when
heroines had no place to rest their weary heads and the hero
seemed as though he v^rould never make his entrance. Here is
one of these old dramas with all the trimmings, all the pathos and
bathos of stage craft of days gone by. In these days it is far too
good a comedy to be missed.
T948I Betty Boop's Halowe'en Party. (I Reel). Taking you deep into
the realms of pure fantasy. Max Fleischer regales you w^ith the
wondrous happenings on the occasion of Betty's party, introduces
you to all her friends, makes sure that well before the film is
finished you are wishing for more and more of the same brand
of humour and the same splendid sound.
T9500 Hyp-Nut-Tist. (1 Reel). When Popeye takes Olive for an
evening's entertainment, they choose a theatre w^here a hypnotist
is performing his wonders. The professional enlists Olive's aid,
but Popeye gets annoyed and shows him what an amateur can do
in the way of tricks.
T950I You Gotta Be a Football Hero. (I Reel). Popeye and Olive
have different ideas about the merits of the former's team in which
he packs as a demon. Popeye scores the winning try against the
Giants, this altering Olive's mind.
T9502 King of the Mardi Gras. (I Reel). Popeye and Bluto as rival
sideshowmen at the grand fete cannot resist the temptation to
steal each other's thunder. Eventually, Bluto steals Olive Oyl
too. The frantic chase takes place on the giant racer.
T9503 Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky. (1 Reel). Jealous of his neighbour's
success with a gymnasium for young ladies, Bluto invades its
privacy and in the disguise of a buxom belle, teaches instructor
Popeye a few "jerks" he did not know.
T9504 Choose Your Weppins. (1 Reel). Owner of a pawnshop Popeye
gets into trouble with a customer. With some of the odd clobber
around the shop, a mighty fencing match ensues.
T9505 A Clean Shaven Man. (1 Reel). Noting Olive's preference for
beardless gents, Popeye and Bluto hie to the nearest barber's, find
the tonsorial expert missing and decide to attend each other. It
is too much of a temptation for Bluto, who tries to settle accounts
with his rival.
T9506 Be Kind to Aminals. (I Reel). Popeye and Olive in the roles
of humanitarians take to task a van-driver they find flogging his
horse. The steed joins in the fun.
T9507 Pleased to Meet Cha. (1 Reel). Popeye with posey, Bluto with
candy, call upon Olive at the same time. Olive decides to let
them fight it out until things become too rough when she tosses
T9508 For Better or Worser. (I Reel). Tired of messing for himself
in more ways than one, Popeye decides to get himself a wife at a
Matrimonial Agency. Bluto has the same idea and the same
choice in brides.
T9509 Dizzy Divers. (I Reel). Popeye and Bluto vie for the honour
of retrieving treasure many fathoms deep beneath the ocean.
Spinach down the life-line makes Popeye the winner.
T95I0 The Spinach Overture. (1 Reel). The orchestra conducted by
Popeye, with Olive as harpist, plays flat until Bluto arrives to show
them how. Popeye loses his men until spinach prompts a dashing
T95I 1 The Adventures of Popeye. (1 Reel). Popeye demonstrates to
a small, bullied boy, howr he too can win his battles, these
examples being extracts from some of his pictures.
T95I2 No, No, a Thousand Times No. (1 Reel). Presented in the
style of an old-time drama, here is Betty resisting all sorts of
inducements to switch her favour. Her true lover carries out a
spectacular rescue as her balloonist-captor is carrying her av^fay.
T9513 Little Nobody. With a theme song of the same title as the
film, this is the story of Betty's pup, Pudgy, who is less than the
dust to the socialite dog next door until the mongrel carried out a
daring rescue from a fast-flow^ing stream.
T9514 Betty Boop and the Little King. (I Reel). Bored by a State
function, the King goes in search of lighter entertainment, finds
Betty and her band and has a fine old time until he is missed by
the Queen. Even so, Betty manages to ride on the State coach
as far as the palace.
T9515 Not Now. (1 Reel). Disturbed in his sleep by cat-a'wowling,
Betty's pup chases the moggy over the roof-tops. Other cats are
joining in the fray as Pudgy decides to silence the din by making
a smart capture with a dust-bin.
T95 1 6 A Language All My Own. ( ! Reel). Betty Boop, a stage singer,
flies her own aeroplane to Japan where she is booked to give her
next performance . . . and she makes her audience understand.
T95 1 7 Making Stars. (1 Reel). A variety show presented by Betty
Boop, with step-dancing, singing, to say nothing of a band of
little niggerboys chirruping.
T95i8 Swat That Fly. (1 Reel). Betty Boop is sorely troubled by a
fly that persists in getting into her kitchen concoctions. Betty
tries pelting with batter with some success, but in the end the
fly pops out again.
T95I9 Betty Boop and Grampy. (1 Reel). An invitation to Grampy's
party brings Betty Boop and her friends to vk^hile away the hours
dancing. But Grampy proves himself the greatest jitterbug of
T9520 A Little Soap and Water. (I Reel). Much against his wishes
Pudgy has to have a bath during which he steps on the soap and
covers his mistress with froth. All clean and nice, Pudgy is soon
as black as coal again.
;F.V1 X1^ -KOIK
T952 I Judge for a Day. (I Reel). Rubbed up the wrong way on her
travels to the Court where she is working, Betty elects herself as
Judge and doles out fitting punishment to offenders such as those
who bend over to read your paper, splash you with mud as they
motor by and generally make a nuisance of themselves.
T9522 Stop That Noise. (I Reel). Unable to stand the strain of city-
life, Betty Boop goes to her retreat in the country where she
hopes to find peace. Midges and moo-cows have other ideas and
ere long she is once again on her way back to town.
T9523 Taking the Blame. (I Reel). Having imported a robber-kitten
into her home, Betty blames her pup, Pudgy, for thefts and break-
ages. The poor little fellov^f gets his own back in the end.
19524 You're Not Built That Way. (i Reel). Pudgy, emulating bad
manners of bully bulldog, barges his way into a butcher's shop.
The pup, mixed up in a chicken's carcase, is cornered and pelted
and soon has good reason to agree that simple life is the safest.
19525 Happy You and Merry Me. (1 Reel). Kitten Hiram, chasing a
fly, leaves mother and arrives in Bett}' Boop's household. Gorg-
ing leads to tummy ache, with Betty as ministering angel. Catnip
is the cure and the cause of all cats in the neighbourhood con-
T9526 More Pep. (I Reel). Anxious to liven up proceedings, Betty
Bocp takes a hand with disastrous results to everyone in the
vicinity. Traffic rushes by at break-neck speed, calamity looms
large until Max Fleischer comes to the rescue.
19527 A Song a Day. (1 Reel). Doctor Quack to whom an appeal
IS made to pacify Betty's playmates, has original ideas upon pre-
scribing tor patients. The order of the day is happiness promoted
by lively surroundings . . . and lively they certainly are.
T9528 We Did It. (I Reel). Triplet kittens are up to their pranks the
second Betty Boop eoes out. Pudgy breaks loose in order to
save them from harm. In the course of gallivanting, the home
is wrecked and Pudgy blamed for the damage until the rogues
have troubled consciences.
r9529 Betty Boop and Little Jimmy. ( I Reel). Betty, taking exercise
on friction belt, has the control broken by her playmate Jimmy.
Sent for an electrician, Jimmy forget.« his mission and finds Betty
very skinny on his return. Laughter is the only cure and Betty
gets fatter and fatter as the peals of merriment ring out.
79530 Let's Get Moving. (I Reel). Popeve visits Olive just prior to
arrival of rem.oval man Blutc. Intense chagrin results in melee
amongst furniture of which not a stick remains intact in the end.
Popeye leads his girl-friend to a new homestead, with remnants
in a barrow.
T953I Never Kick a Woman. (I Ree!^. Charmed as much by assist-
ant in Sports Department as by the idea of learning the art of
self defence, Popeye yanks Olive into the shop. Banging of
medicine balls indicates Olive's dislike of the demonstrator, with
whom Popeye is doing nicely. Finally, Olive wipes the floor with
T953 2 I Wanna Be a Lifeguard, (I Reel). Espying a notice on the
wall of the Dunk In Swimming Pool, Popeye and Bluto both apply
for the job as lifeguard. To settle the matter, tricks have to be
demonstrated in the pool. Both score heavily, with Popeye turn-
ing the scales with the aid of spinach.
T9533 Iski Loveski Youski. (1 Reel). Popeye and Bluto vie for the
honour of taking Olive mountaineering. Losing, Bluto re.sorts to
evil methods to spoil the journey. Popeye's downv^rard path to
destruction is checked and reversed by spinach. Bluto ends up
hy being sent crashing through a series of Swiss peaks.
T9534 Brotherly Love. (1 Reel). Inspired by a radio address on
Brotherly Love, Popeye tries to reconcile the Gas House Boys and
Boilermakers. Attempts draw warm reception. Olive with
fellow-members of the movement, obtains the same result. With
spinach, Popeye devastates the lot.
T9535 What ! No Spinach. (I Reel). After ordering roast duck and
getting hamburger in Bluto's restaurant, assistant robs the sailor-
man of legs of bird. Deprecating service and refusing to pay,
Popeye fights it out with Bluto. Navigator steers his way to
victory amid smithereens of establishment.
T9006 Silver Blaze. (6 Reels). Starring Arthur Wontner as Sherlock
Holmes in a Conan Doyle drama of the Turf, with Lyn Harding as
Professor Moriarty and Ian Fleming as Doctor Watson. While on
a visit to his old friend Baskervilie, Holmes is called in to investigate
the disappearance of a race-horse on the eve of a big event. Not
only is " Silver Blaze " missing, but Hunter, the groom is found
poisoned, and later, the trainer is found murdered on the moors.
Moriarty and his minions are finally brought to book by the amateur
detective in this very well told yarn.
T9042 Jericho. (5 Reels). Starring Paul Robeson with Henry Wilcoxon
and Wallace Ford, rich in suspense and dealing with the adventures
of Corporal Jackson, an American negro wrongfully accused of
murder following an heroic act on a torpedoed troopship. He
escapes and eventually becomes a tribal leader in Central Africa,
while his captain is sent to prison as an accessory. His sentence
finished. Captain Mack goes in search of Jericho with the intention
of settling the score, but returns from the desert empty-handed.
A Capital Buckingham Film.
T9054 Moscow Nights. (6 Reels). Starring Harry Baur, Penelope
"A" Dudley Ward and Laurence Olivier in a story of Russia in the days
of the World War I. Olivier is an officer, wounded and given a post
at home, v^^ho falls in love with Penelope. He gets into debt
gambling; his creditor is Baur, who is engaged to the girl. The film
ends on a fine court-martial scene.
T9055 "Q" Ships. (6 Reels). This film tells in a vivid and authentic
manner the daring exploits of the British Navy in the War of 1914-
1918. It is the picturisation of the campaign against the U-Boats
and the gradual but certain success which came to the Senior Service.
T9056 Juggernaut. (6 Reels). Starring Boris Karloff as a doctor with a
"A" cure for paralysis v^^ho is prevented from carrying on his research
until asked by Lady Clifford to attend her husband. Doctor and
wife conspire but all their efforts come to nothing, thanks to the
vigilance of a nurse.
Passing Shadows. (6 Reels). Starring Edmund Gwenn with Barry
Mackay and Aileen Marson. Jim Lawrence, returning from London,
has a weird experience on the train and believes it is he who has
killed a man and thrown his body on the line. At home, Jim's
behaviour estranges him from his parents and his fiancee and it is
not until he is on the poin' of making a confession to the police that
his innocence is established.
Murder on the Yukon. (6 Reels). Featuring James Newill, Polly
Ann Young and Dave O'Brien. Joan and Weathers are partners in
a trading post. Unknown to Joan, Weathers is operating a counter-
feiting ring. When miser Jim Smithers brings in his gold dust
Weathers pays him off in counterfeit money. Bill Smithers, Jim's
drunkard brother, comes in to ask for money and Weathers hears
Jim say he is leaving for Montreal for good. Weathers sends Hawks
to kill Jim and get back the counterfeit money. Renfrew and Kelly
find Jim's body and Renfrew^ hurries to the miser's cabin to search
it. He is attacked by Weather's henchmen, who have found the
money. Renfrew is suspicious when Bill Smithers' body is found,
supposedly a suicide with a note saying he had burnt the money.
The burnt money leads the mounties to suspect counterfeiting.
Renfrew sends Kelly to trail Manti, an Indian who works for
Weathers. Kelly thus finds the counterfeiting hideout, but he is
captured by the gang. Renfrew sets out to find him and is attacked
by Weather's men. He captures them and finds the counterfeit
money in a load of furs; he then has proof that Weathers is his
man. He also discovers that Bill Smithers had been shot with
Weathers' gun. Confronting Weathers v^rith this proof Renfrew is
attacked; in the meantime Kelly breaks loose and comes to the
rescue, as does Joan. The gang is rounded up and convicted of
murder and counterfeiting.
Mystery Liner. (6 Reels). Featuring Noah Beery and Astrid
Allyn. Captain Hollings, master of the S.S. Guthrie, is told by the
ship's owners that he is to be relieved of his duties due to his ill
health and that the next voyage will be made under a new captain
by the name of Dovi^ney. Overcome by his illness Captain Hollings
is taken ashore and admitted to a Sanatorium. Meanwhile Captain
Downey, and a selected handful of ship's officers are entrusted, by
Professor Grimstone, a scientist, with the secret that the ship is fully
equipped to be radio controlled from the land. An attempt is made
on the life of Professor Grimstone and during the follov/ing investi-
gations it is learned that Captain Hollings escaped from the
Sanatorium the previous night. One night later v;hilst at sea, a
steward thinks he sees Captain Hollings lurking in the shadows and
immediately reports to Captain Downey who, alarmed, orders a
thorough search to be made; this is done without success. Con-
vinced though that Captain Hollings is on board, he decides to send
a message to Professor Grimstone via the tele screen, which has been
installed as part of the radio controlling apparatus, but is murdered
before completing it. The appointed hour arrives for the scientists
to commence their experiment of controlling the ship from land;
all goes well until the ship has a black-out test and during the
darkness period a foreign agent substitutes the original radio tube,
S.505, for another, thus bringing the ship under complete control
of the foreign power. Captain Hollings makes a dramatic appear-
ance and in a fight that follows with the enemy agent the substituted
radio tube is smashed and the ship is once again sailing under her
own power. A number of officers arrive on the scenes and the agent
is arrested and charged with the murder of Captain Downey and
Professor Grimstone, who has since died from injuries received when
the attempt was made on his life. A first class mystery that will
keep your audiences guessing to the end.
T966I Night Alarm. (6 Reels). Featuring Bruce Cabot and Judith Allen.
Hal Ashby, of the "Morning Times", likes to chase fire engines, but
he dislikes his own column "The Garden Beautiful" so much that he
neglects it. Caldwell, managing Editor, is about to fire Hal when
Helen Smith wanders in to ask for a job. Hal induces Caldwell to
give her his job and let him cover fires. The city has been subjected
to a number of incendiary fires, and the "Times" is waging a
relentless campaign against the city administration for failing to
capture the fire-bug. Hal discovers that but for the Manufacturers'
Association and Henry B. Smith, political boss of the town, many
of the burned factories would have been condemned long ago; the
owners thus sacrificing the lives of workers rather than install fire
safety measures. Romance blooms between Hal and Helen, but
Hal is unaware that Boss Smith is Helen's father. After the pro-
posal of marriage Helen joins her father's staff at the factory where
a banquet is held to celebrate the occasion. All is merry until fire
breaks out at the plant, and in the panic that follows Helen becomes
separated from her father and is left helpless in the blazing building.
Meanwhile, Hal learns the %vhereabouts of the fire-bug and dashes
madly to the factory and finds the place a seething furnace; he
rushes into the blazing structure and creeps through tumbling walls
and scorching flames. He locates Helen and tries to haul her over
a roof, but the walls of the room cave in and they are hemmed in
by flames on every side. Firemen sight the pair on the tottering
roof, and succeed in stretching a ladder to them from an adjoining
building. Straining every nerve, Hal just manages to carry Helen
across the bridge. Next morning the "Times" has a story of Hal's
heroic rescue. Smith tells Caldwell he is about to lose a good
reporter, intimating that Hal is to become an important factor in
his business. Caldwell objects and calls for Hal, but is told that
he left a few minutes before, leaving a message to the effect that he
is hurrying out to hunt "some night-blooming jasmin" a good-
natured gibe at his former column "The Garden Beautiful".
T9665 Tarzan and the Green Goddess. (6 Reels). Featuring Bruce
Bennett and Ula Holt. Having ingeniously wrested the "Green
Goddess ", an ancient and priceless relic, from the hands of the
Mayans, Major Martling and his party make their way out of the
Guatemalan jungle. Raglan, a treacherous and criminal explorer,
attacks the party on two occasions and in the confusion manages to
steal both the goddess and the secret code. Tarzan, a member of
Martling's party, picks up the trail and tracks Raglan down to his
hotel in the seaport of Mantique. Tarzan climbs the balcony to the
room, and discovers Raglan with two confederates studying the
coveted code. Tarzan smashes his Vk^ay into the room but he is
overpowered, thrown from the balcony to the ground, where he is
left for dead. Major Martling and his party, hearing the scuffle,
arrive too late to stop Raglan escaping, but happily discover that
Tarzan is not only unhurt but that the code is safe in his keeping.
A chance clue, left by Raglan leads them to his new hide-out.
After many exciting adventures Major Martling and party are taken
prisoners by the blood-thirsty Mayan natives, and held captive in
the temple from which the idol has been stolen. The Major and
his assistant, George, are condemned to torture, Tarzan is thrown
into the pit of the Sacred Lion and Ula Dale into an adjoining cell.
By the superhuman efforts of Tarzan they all escape and rush to
Puerto Barries, where they know that Raglan has taken the goddess.
After further thrilling adventures in which Raglan is killed the
Major and his party eventually arrive safely in England where the
"goddess"' gives up its secret.
The SON REVIEWS are a new series of sound
shorts produced by Pathescope to appeal to the
home market. Containing sequences made by the
Royal Kiltie Juniors, a group of lads and lasses
gathered from all corners of Great Britain, the
reviews include the famous Scottish comedian,
(SON REVIEWS T.9772, T.9773, T.9774).
The Young Athlete Series
These three sound releases were sponsored by
the " News Chronicle " to provide correct
athletic instruction from the very beginning to
all young athletes in this country. Showing the
correct movements for Sprinting, Hurdling, High
Jump and also how to throw the Javelin.
(T.9767, T.9768, T.9769, 2 Reels).
Starring Ronald Leigh Hunt in " The Man on
the Cliff" (T.9779 3 reels), a drama about a
man who having lost his memory assumes
another identity and of the strange unformed
but frightening fears in his mind.
Hy Hazell, Harry Secombe, Michael Bentine and
Adrienne Scott all combine to make " Forces Sweet-
heart " (T.9765 7 reels) an outstanding comedy.
The ceaseless work of Britain's police force is shown in
exciting authentic detail.
T 9766. 5 REELS.
Send For Paul Temple. (9 Reels). Starring Anthony Hulme
and Joy Shelton. Paul Temple, the well-known novelist and
private investigator, is consulted unofficially by Chief Inspector
Harvey of Scotland Yard about the serious crime wave which is
sweeping the country. Unfortunately Harvey is murdered
before he can impart any information of importance. Steve
Trent, a reporter, and also the murdered man's sister, enlists
Paul's aid in rounding up the criminals and avenging Harvey s
death. As in all good detective stories suspicion falls on almost
every character in the film. Finally Temple sets a trap, offering
himself as a human target, and as a bait for the chief criminal.
The result of ihe trap is sensational in the extreme. The climax
over, Temple is full of plans for the future and with an elope-
ment on his hands !
Paul Temple's Triumph. (9 Reels). Starring John Bentley,
Dinah Sheridan and Jack Livesey. Professor Hardwick, em-
ployed upon a secret Atomic invention at his country mansion,
is kidnapped in the absence of his daughter Celia. Upon her
return, Celia, greatly worried at finding the Professor missing,
calls upon her friend, Steve Temple, to enlist the help of her
famous husband, Paul Temple. Temple is on his way by air
from Berlin, t.o both Steve and Celia go to meet his plane's
arrival. At the airport, meeting Dr. Steiner (a foreign scientist),
is Bill Bryant, a young reporter and mutual friend of Steve's,
Temple alight'3 from the plane and all three immediately drive
off to the Professor's house to try to solve the mystery of his
disappearance . . . all to be found is a scrap of paper with "Z"
scribbled all over it. Returning to his flat Temple finds Sir
Graham Forbes of Scotland Yard waiting to consult him over
the missing Professor. The following day Steve and Paul call
upon Celia, only to find her murdered . . . clutched in her hand
w^as a small piece of map . . . this leads Temple to an hotel in
the New Forest, where he again meets Sir Graham and later
Dr. Steiner. Returning to the hotel one evening. Temple finds
his wife, Steve, has been drugged by a girl named Jacqueline,
who is later arrested for the murder of Celia. In trying to
escape by car Jacqueline crashes and, on her deathbed, imparts
important information regarding "Z". Meanwhile Steve dis-
covers the missing Professor, but before she can release him is
in turn captured. WHAT IS THE " Z " ORGANISATION ? ? ?
Calling Paul Temple. (9 Reels.) Who is Rex ? The police des-
perately seek the murderer of a number of wealthy women, as yet
another girl is found murdered, this time in the Canterbury
Express. Paul Temple and Steve, his wife, are dining at the
Pompadour Club when Norma Rise, a well-known singer, is
murdered in full view^ of the crowded club. Also present is Sir
Graham Forbes. Their hunt leads them to several suspects.
The Girl in Grey,' v^ho was in the club at the time of the
murder; Wilfred Davies, a mysterious little commercial traveller;
Doctor Kohima and Mrs. Trevalyan, his secretary. It is estab-
lished that the motive is blackmail, and they discover that all are
patients of the doctor. Eventually, Edward Latham, a w^ealthy
West End personality, is blackmailed, and, following police
instructions, places the money in a crypt at the old Friars'
Monastery, Canterbury, where some hours later, Paul and Steve
are nearly drowned by Frank Chester, the sinister manager of
the Falcon Hotel, Canterbury. They are rescued by Leo Brent,
a friend of Paul, who has been watching Chester. Chester is
himself killed, and Sir Graham thinks this is the end of Rex, but
Temple says Chester was not Rex, but if they will wait until the
next day he will tell them who is. In the doctor's consulting room
the next night, we find Paul and Steve, Sir Graham and the re-
maining suspects. Doctor Kohima and Mrs. Trevelyan. Wilfred
Davies and Edward Latham. Paul is just getting the truth from
Mrs. Trevelyan, when a shot rings out and she falls dead. In the
darkness and confusion the murderer gets away, but is chased and
caught by Paul. After a thrilling battle, Rex crashes to death
over the bannisters into the hall below, and the case of Rex is
T/9759 Rendezvous 24 (8 reels) Starring William Gargan, Pat O'Moore,
Maria Palmer. Larry, an American investigating the disappearance
from the U.S.A. of Dr. Karl Kleinheldt, a German scientist, is led
to the Harz mountains in Germany in search of a group of
scientists. There he contacts Timothy, a British agent. Together
they stumble across a clue that leads to a farmhouse although
Greta Holvig, a German agent posing as a Swedish journalist tries
to lead them into a death trap. Timothy radios London while
Larry enters the farmhouse alone. The Nazis who overpower him
boast that in ten minutes Paris will be wiped off the earth by means
of radio controlled atom bombs. Greta and two Nazis are killed
in a gunfight virhen Timothy, pretending to be tricked by Greta,
is led to the farmhouse. Two Germans escaping through a trap
door lead Larry and Timothy to the atom bomb underground
laboratory. The final moments of this film ^vill bring your audience
to a tense pitch of excitement.
T/976I Jewels of Brandenburg (8 reels) Starring Richard Travis, Carol
Thurston, Leonard Strong, Micheline Cheirel. The priceless
Brandenburg collection of Europe's crovim jewels has disappeared,
U.S. Government officials suspect that Marcel Grandet, an
undesirable character is involved. They recall John Vickers, novN-
a professor of music, to resume his v^^ar time role of intelligence
operator, and to take his former post as piano player in Grandet s
cafe. ^X'ith the help of two confederates Pablo and Carmelita
Vickers plants suspicion on himself by v^ray of a phoney cablegrani
stating that a bank in Buenos Aires holds 200,000 dollars in his
name. As suspected, Grandet sends his wife, Claudette, to glean
information from Vickers, whose next move is to accompany
Carmelita to a jeweller to obtain a valuable diamond to be used
as further bait. That night at the cafe, Grandet, who knows that
Vickers' diamond was stolen goods, proceeds to cut Vickers in on
the Brandenburg deal. Before descending to the cellar, Grandet
kills Pierre at the bar. Below, Claudette, Rosholt and Frillman
are waiting with Hamilton, w^ho is bound and gagged. Grandet
tests Vickers by ordering him to shoot Hamilton. Vickers aims
but the gun is not loaded. Satisfied, Grandet opens the wine cask
where the jewels are hidden. They are gone ! In the ensuing gun
battle, Claudette is wounded before Vickers disarms Grandet and
his confederate. Carmelita and Pablo, who arrive on the scene,
bring the police.
T/9764 Flannelfoot (9 reels). A Thriller, concerning a notorious thief,
Flannelfoot, who is eventually driven to protect himself from
detection by murder. When Frank Mitchell, a go-ahead crime
reporter, rejoins his paper " The Daily Comet " after war service,
his employer Lord Wexford is impatient to discover the identity
of the mysterious thief whose robberies leave no trace, and
Mitchell i* assigned the job. .At Scotland Yard, Inspector Duggan
and Sgt. Fitzgerald are handling the case. Lord Wexford solicits
the extra help of the " Comet's " fiction writer, Tyrone Eraser,
whose son, Andy, is very friendly with Wexford's daughter, Renee.
Eraser's daughter, Kathleen, warns her father against having
anything to do with the case as she believes the man is really
dangerous "and won't stop at murder one of these days." Her
words are proved prophetic when Ginger Watkins, who has given
inside " information to the " Comet " regarding Flannelfoot, is
found murdered in an alley off Mayfair on the very night that the
police had cordoned off the area in an attempt to capture the
thief. Before Flannelfoot's identity is finally disclosed there is a
fateful house-party at Lord Wexford's country house where
another murder takes place, and the guests, who are forced to
conclude that the murderer is amongst them, ask : " Who is
Flannelfoot " ?
T/9765 Forces Sweetheart (9 reels) Starring Hy Hazel, Harry Secombe,
Michael Bentine, Adrienne Scott. Judy James, the Forces'
Sweetheart, returns to London after singing to the troops in
Korea. At the airport she is met by her agent. Tommy Tupp who
tells her he has a new show all ready for her to go into which is
to be backed by an eccentric millionaire, Aloysius Dimwitty,
(Freddie Frinton). Meanwhile intent on the pursuit of their pin-up
girl are two infatuated servicemen who have heard Judy sing in
Korea F-Lt. John Robinson (Michael Bentine) and Private Harry
Llewellyn, (Harry Secombe) who hits on the idea of using the
name Lieut. John Robinson in order to impress the Forces'
Sweetheart with his rank. A third admirer, also in pursuit is
Lieut. John Robinson of the Navy, (John Ainsworth). There
follow a number of cases of mistaken identity with Mike and Harry
getting into hot water literally in one instance when they are
forced to impersonate plumbers in Judy's bathroom in order to
evade the police. Rehearsals are in full swing until Aloysius
Dimwitty, the backer, suddenly leaves London for his island
retreat, on the North Coast of Scotland, with no explanation and
the cast assume that he has backed out of the show as a result of
some disagreement ^vhich has occurred. Mike and Harry fly to
Scotland to pacify Dimwitty and try to make him change his mind
about the show and find, instead, that he has returned home in
order to attend the wedding of a Scottish friend. There Mike and
Harry join in the ensuing hilarious situations causing more as
they go long. After a further number of complications and zany
scenes which Mike and Harry create afresh every minute, the
■show goes on and is a big hit. Judy announces her engagement to
John, the Naval Officer and the three suitors, representing the
three services line up with Hy Hazell and Leslie Roberts' 1 2
Television Girls for the Grand Finale of the show.
T/9766 Behind the Headlines (5 reels). This story is true to life written
by McLean Rogers, and featuring, amongst others, John Fitzgerald
of l.T.A. fame, Gilbert Harding of the B.B.C. together with
Adrienne Scott. The operation scene in a well-known London
Hospital is probably unique inasmuch that it is the first time the
cameras have been allowed in this hospital to film an actual
operation in progress. A vivid behind-the-scenes story of Scotland
Yard is unfolded by Gilbert Harding when being interviewed by
author John Fitzgerald who is in search of material for a new
book. Gilbert Harding tells him one of the many adventures
encountered in his life as a newspaper crime reporter. The film
ta'Kes us into every aspect of the activities of the men of Scotland
Yard, telling the dramatic story behind the sensational newspaper
headlines . . . . " TODAY'S SPECIAL "...." Man arrested."
The ceaseless work of Britain's police force are shown in
excitingly authentic details in " BEHIND THE HEADLINES."
T/9779 Man On The Cliff (3 reels) Starring Ronald Leigh Hunt. A man
lies unconscious on the edge of a cliff and as he slowly returns to
consciousness he realises that he has lost his memory completely.
Unable to remember who he is, he finds a dead man nearby and
this coupled with his own lack of knowledge starts unformed and
frightening fears in his mind. Acting on these fears he assumes
another identity, and not until the end of the film does he recover
his memory, and discover his true identity. When you see this
film you will realise that strange events can happen to any
one of us.
T9100 The Man in the Mirror. (6 Reels). Starring Edward Everett
Horton with Genevieve Tobin and Garry Marsh. Psychologica!
in theme, but broadly farcical in interpretation, this comedy of a
nit-wit who involuntarily plunges into a Jekyll and Hyde existence
and ultimately finds, in the battle between his two personalities,
his real self, is as novel as it is amusing. Jeremy Dilke gazes in
the mirror and there meets the reflection of his other self which
steps out and dominates the life of Jeremy the First with amazing
and riotous results.
T9 1 1 When Knights Were Bold. (6 Reels). Laughter, Romance and
Song in the days of chivalry; modern merrymaking in a mediaeval
setting. This is the keynote of the grand comedy starring Jack
Buchanan with Fay Wray, Moore Marriott and Gary Marsh. Guy
de Vere unexpectedly comes into an English title and estates.
He is accorded a frigid welcome by a hostile family, who shudder
at his breezy modern behaviour. He falls in love with his cousin,
the Lady Rowena, who models her conception of the ideal man
on characters in the book, "When Knights Were Bold", which
deals with the ancestors of the De Veres. Guy's attempts to
ingratiate himself with Rowena and the rest of the family meet
with failure. One evening they refuse to dine with him, and in
desperation he invites a tramp to keep him company. They
become very merry; the tramp overturns a suit of armour on to
Guy's head, makes off with the silver and Guy is transported back
to the Golden Age.
T9I02 Southern Roses. (6 Reels). Starring George Robey, with Neil
Hamilton, Gina Male, Chili Bouchier and Vera Pearce, in a story
by Rudolf Bernauer of "Chocolate Soldier" fame. Reggie, a
naval officer on leave in Barcelona, falls in love with a cabaret
artiste, unaware that she is Mary Rowland, a beautiful society
girl indulging in an escapade. Mary is being pestered by her
mother to marry Bill Higgins, son of a paint manufacturer in
order to settle out of court a law dispute. Bill is in love with
Mary's best friend, Estrella, a Spanish dancer, and, although his
father refuses to give his consent, they get married. Reggie, who
turns out to be Mr. Higgins' nephew, mistakes Mary for the real
Estrella ■when, in order to help her friend, she visits his uncle in
this guise. Mr. Higgins falls so completely for her charms that
he cancels her contract, and when Estrella herself, arrives at the
theatre she finds she is no longer in the programme. Infuriated
she descends upon Mr. Higgins who, mistaking her for an escaped
lunatic, locks her up. A frantic Bill arrives on the scene, ex-
plains the mystery, releases his bride to receive his father's bless-
ings and hands Mary over to Reggie's willing arms.
T9I03 Land Without Music. (6 Reels). Starring Richard Tauber with
Diana Napier and Jimmy "Schnozzle" Durante, June Clyde and
Derrick de Marney. Built to accommodate the tenor's delightful
singing, this screen operetta sets its tuneful music in a period
atmosphere of fragrant picturesqueness and affords full scope for
the score of Oscar Strauss, including three songs, "Simple Little
Melody", "Smile for Me" and "Heaven in a Song". So strong
is the people's love for music in the small Duchy of Lucco, and
so heavy their National Debt, that the Princess Regent is prompt-
ed by the Austrian Ambassador to ban all music until the debt is
discharged. The decree automatically bans Carlini, Lucco's
famous tenor, but arrangements are made for a concert in a
secret cave. Finally, the Princess is convinced that National
Opera can solve her country's financial worries, with Carlini as
T9104 The Interrupted Honeymoon. (6 Reels). Starring Claude Hul-
"A " bert with Francis L. Sullivan, Hugh Wakefield, Jane Carr and
Robb Wilton. On the eve of his wedding Victor, v^rith his pal
George, paints the town red, and by the dawn the latter finds him-
self wanted by the police. In a dilemma because he has prom-
ised to accommodate his wealthy uncle, Victor reluctantly allows
his friend to use his flat while he is on his honeymoon. Directly
after the wedding, while in Paris and upon the somewhat earlier
return, innumerable complications arise to mar the path of the
newly-weds. A hectic disentanglement provides great fun.
I9II5 A Brief Case. (2 Reels). A famous doctor, due to give a
lecture, loses his notes which are found by a park-keeper who
shows every desire to claim the £25 reward for their restoration.
The finder has a lot of trouble getting into the doctor's clinic and
very much more when once inside.
T9 1 1 8 Monkey Tricks. (2 Reels). All sorts of monkeys performing
various parlour tricks and perpetrating unconscious humour.
The chimps carry off the comedy honours and seem remarkably
T9I34 Public Nuisance No. 1. (5 Reels). Starring Frances Day and
Arthur Riscoe with Claude Dampier and Muriel Aked in a Cecil
Films production. A beautiful little shop girl and a rich young
man-about-tovi'n are thrown together by fantastic forces of cir-
cumstance. The young man's escapades so infuriate his uncle,
an hotel magnate, that he sends him to the South of France to
become a waiter. The young man goes — and in his own inimit-
able way succeeds in arranging for his valet and his newly-found
inspiration to accompany him. They decide to enter the hotel
business together, and their enthralling adventures hilariously set
the Riviera alight.
T9I35 A Fire Has Been Arranged. (6 Reels). Flanagan and Allen,
with Mary Lawson and Alistair Sim. Shuffle and Cutte, directors
of a vast emporium, are in financial difficulties when they have
brought before them three rogues who are looking for what they
buried in the ground upon which the store has since been built.
From this meeting comes a plan to sabotage the store and collect
the insurance, a scheme which works well but too late, since the
policy expires five minutes before the blaze begins.
T9136 She Shall Have Music. (6 Reels). Gates, a shipowner, engages
Jack Hylton and his Boys to broadcast from his yacht while
anchored in the South Seas. A jealous business rival plans to
stop the show. Also in the cast are June Clyde, Edmund Breon
and Claude Dampier.
T/9733 Return Fare To Laughter. (3 Reels). This film is perhaps
best described as an "Animated Scrapbook" of 40 to 50 years
ago, illustrated not by newsreels but w^ith film productions
enacted during the Edwardian decade. The emphasis is on
comedy and laughter makers of old. The ingenuity displayed
in the creation of these movies will hold you amused, fascinated
and amazed in turn. Indeed, nothing daunted the hardy film
pioneers, their energy was tireless, their enthusiasm intense.
Like "Variety Jubilee" (T/973 1) you will be able to book your
"Return Fare to Laughter" with this unique film.
T/9753 Down Among the " Z " Men. (6 Reels.) Harry Jones*, grocer's
assistant, life's ambition is to be a great detective. A couple of
crooks, who have been sent to steal an important formula from an
absent-minded scientist, enlists Harry's aid. Harry, who thinks
they are detectives tracking down a spy, finds the Professor and
hides in his truck, just as he drives off to Warwell Camp. Harry
climbs out of the truck straight into the R.S.M., who thinks he
is trying to run av^^ay from " Z " men. After a free-for-all, Harry
eventually unmasks the real crooks and saves the Professor,
assisted by the glamorous M.I. 5 girl.
T/'9 780 Let's Go Crazy. (3 Reels). Do you like the Goons do you like
Peter Sellers are we crazy ? No, are you crazy ? Have you a
sense of humour ? Then this film will appeal. It's crazy, but its
T/9745 Silver Bullet. (6 Reels.) "Silver" Jim Donovan is seeking the
murderer of his father, who was shot in the back with a silver
bullet his only clue is that the assailant possessed a flash-shaped
scar on his left forearm. Donovan makes the acquaintance of
Wild Bill Jones, a strolling player, and his girl friend, Queenie,
who runs a bar in the town. His arrival coincides with a full-
blooded election, with Walt Kincaid and Doc Morgan as rival
candidates. Hearing of Donovan's quest for the scarred murderer,
Kincaird asks Doc Morgan to remove from his left arm a scar.
The doctor is shot when he realises Kincaid's identity. Mrs.
Morgan then takes her murdered husband's place as candidate
the story comes to a dramatic finish with the election results and
the meeting of Donovan and Kincaid in the empty main street —
when the Silver Bullet is returned, with dividend.
T/9749 Sky Bandits. (6 Reels.) Sgt. Renfrew and Cpl. Kelly, of the
Royal West Mounted Police are seconded to flying duties. They
discover a crashed plane while flying through a pass. On land-
ing they discover that an aircraft carrying gold is missing, but
their attempts to find the wreckage are fruitless. Renfrew
eventually runs to earth a gang of criminals, who are employing
a death-ray invented and handled by a scientist, who unwittingly
believes that he is doing defence work for the government. Thus
proving that even in the air, the Mounties always get their man.
T/9750 Three on the Trail. (6 Reels. ) Kane, a saloon keeper in the
tow^n of Mesquite, is the leader of a large group of cattle rustlers.
He misleads Ridley, a wealthy English rancher, into believing that
Hop-along Cassidy and Johnny are guilty of a stage holdup.
Cassidy is eventually able to convince Ridley of Kane's villainy,
and Kane's saloon is soon a roaring strong point as the ranchers,
led by Cassidy, smoke out the gang. Packed with action, this
thrilling Western film w^ill appeal to audiences of all ages.
T/975I The Eagles Brood. (6 Reels.) The name of El Torro was enough
to strike terror into the hearts of all Western folks, and w^hen news
is received that once again he was riding the frontier. Hop-along
Cassidy, as Marshal, sets out to bring the bandit to justice. By a
strange turn of fate, Hop-along's life is saved by El Torro, and in
return Cassidy pledges himself to discover the murderers of El
Torro's son and daughter-in-law, and to help find his missing
grandson. Cassidy turns in his badge of office and in company
with Lucky, his stalwart partner, completes his task successfully.
T/9757 Fighting Mad. (6 Reels). Starring James Newell, Dave O'Bryan.
Sgt. Renfrew, of the Mounties, and Constable Kelly meet a damsel
in distress whom they eventually suspect of bank robbery. How-
ever, they come in contact with a small gang of crooks v^ho are
using the young lady to their advantage. Renfrew and Kelly
close the case successfully after a rather hectic rough-house when
the crooks find that Mounties get their men and in this case
their " girl."
T/9758 Crashing Thru'. (6 Reels). Starring James Newell, Warren Hull,
Jean Carmen. Sgt. Renfrew (James Newell) and Cpl. Kelly (War-
ren Hull) returning to the Royal Mounties Post by boat both vie
for the attention of Ann Miller (Jean Carmen). As the ship nears
a narrow passage Lamonte, a passenger, tells his men to take
charge of the ship holding captive crew and passengers including
Renfrew and Kelly. The gang rob the gold shipped from the
Herrington mine and escape in a speed boat. Lamonte discovers
that his men plan to double-cross him and make off with the
gold instead of meeting Fred, an accomplice and brother of .-^nn.
After a battle Lamonte is thrown overboard and left as drowned.
Renfrew arrests Ann but learns that Herrington stole the mine
from her father, and she, her brother Fred and Lamonte have
legal proof. Herrington and his aiders arrive at the cabin just as
a short wave message from Fred tells of the gang's hiding place.
After a battle Renfrew overtakes Herrington and gang, and
arrives at the hide-away just in time to help Fred and Lamonte
overthrow the thieves.
£ s. d.
T/9006 Silver Blaze (6 Reels) ...
T/9042 Jericho (5 Reels)
T/9054 Moscow Nights (6 Reels)
T/9055 "Q" Ships (6 Reels) ...
T/9056 Juggernaut (6 Reels) ...
T/9057 Passing Shadows (6 Reels)
T/9100 The Man in the Mirror (6 Reels) ..
T/9101 When Knights Were Bold (6 Reels
T/9102 Southern Roses (6 Reels)
T/9103 Land Without Music (6 Reels)
T/9104 The Interrupted Honeynnoon (6 Reels
T/911S A Brief Case (2 Reels)
T/9118 Monkey Tricks (2 Reels)
T/9I34 Public Nuisance No. 1 (5 Reels)
T/9135 A Fire Has Been Arranged (6 Reels)..
T/9136 She Shall Have Music (6 Reels)
T/9201 So This is Ontario (2 Reels)
T/9203 Scotland (2 Reels)
T/9205 Little Known England
T/9212 In the Shadow of the Pyrenees (2 Reels
T/9213 Western Highlands
T/9214 The County of the White Rose
T/922] West of the Andes
T/9230 Giants of the Forest (1 Reel)
T/9300 Cheerio (2 Reels)
T/9301 Clap Hands (2 Reels)
T/9303 Ocean Tempest (1 Reel)
T/9304 Scenes in Harmony (1 Reel)
T/9305 The Show's the Thing (2 Reels)
T/9310 Blue of the Night (2 Reels)
T/9316 Harlem Holiday (1 Reel)
T/9341 Sing. Bing, Sing (2 Reels)
T/9342 Pathe-Vox Review No. 1 (1
T/9343 Pathe-Vox Review No. 2 ( I
T/9344 Pathe-Vox Review No. 3 ( 1 Reel)
T/9350 Across Europe with Jack Hylton an
his Band (2 Reels)
6 17 6
T/9351 Dassan (4 Reels) Documentary
T/9353 Mototo (3 Reels) Documentary
T/9356 This Fishy Business (2 Reels) Documentary
T/9357 Treasures from the East (1 Reel) ... Documentary
T/9358 The Royal Duchy (2 Reels) Documentary
T/9365 The Homes of Our King (2 Reels) ... Documentary
T/9366 All In a Day's Work (2 Reels) ... Documentary
T/9367 A Nation's Birthplace (2 Reels) ... Travel
T/9368 Workmates (2 Reels) Documentary
T/9369 Lord Nelson (I Reel) Documentary
T/9378 Stand Up and Breathe (2 Reels) ... Documentary
T/9470 Sock-a-Bye Baby (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9471 Seasin's Greetinks (] Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9472 Blow Me Down (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9473 I Yam What I Yam (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9474 I Eats My Spinach (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9475 Wild Elephinks(l Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9476 Paradeof the Wooden Soldiers (I Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9477 Old Man of the Mountains (] Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9478 Morning, Noon and Night (I Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9479 I Heard (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9480 She Wronged Him Right (I Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9481 Betty Boop's Hallowe'en Party ( 1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9500 Hyp-Nut-Tist (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/950I You Gotta Be a Football Hero (I Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9502 King of the Mardi Gras (I Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9503 Vim, Vigor and Vitaliky ( 1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9504 Choose Your Weppins (I Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9505 A Clean Shaven Man (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9506 Be Kind to Aminais (I Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9507 Pleased to Meet Cha (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9508 For Better or Worser (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9509 Dizzy Divers (I Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9510 The Spinach Overture (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9511 The Adventures of Popeye (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9512 No, No, a Thousand Times No ( 1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9513 Little Nobody (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9514 Betty Boop and the Little King ( 1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/95I5 Not Now (i Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/95I6 A Language all my Own (I Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9517 Making Stars (I Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9518 Swat That Fly (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9519 Betty Boop and Grandpy (1 Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9520 A Little Soap and Water (1 Reel) ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9521 Judge For a Day (I Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9522 Stop That Noise (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9523 Taking the Blame (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9524 You're Not Built That Way B. Boop Cartoon
T/9525 Happy You and Merry Me ... ... B. Boop Cartoon
T/9526 More Pep (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9527 A Song a Day (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9528 We Did It (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9529 Betty Boop and Little Jimmy (1 Reel) B. Boop Cartoon
T/9530 Let's Get Moving (I Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/953I Never Kick a Woman (1 Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9532 I Wanna Be a Lifeguard (I Reel) ... Popeye Cartoon
T/9533 Iski Loveski Youski (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9534 Brotherly Love (1 Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9535 What! No Spinach ! (I Reel) Popeye Cartoon
T/9550 The Artful Dodger (1 Reel) Documentary
T/955I Taking the Cake (1 Reel) Documentary
T/9552 Vanity Wared Reel)
T/9553 Bobbing About (1 Reel)
T/9554 Pot Shots (1 Reel)
T/9555 Arty Egg Samples (1 Reel)
T/9556 Dust Up (1 Reel)
T/9557 A Corking Story (I Reel)
T/9558 It's a Racquet ( I Reel)
T/9559 Sweet-Art (1 Reel)
T/9560 Train of Events ( 1 Reel)
T/9561 Hot Stuff (I Reel)
T/9562 Model Men (1 Reel)
T/9563 Play Fare (1 Reel)
T/9564 Peas and Plenty (1 Reel)
T/9565 Up to the Hilt (1 Reel)
T/9566 Modern Daze (I Reel)
T/9567 Striking Gold (I Reel)
T/9S68 Behind the Screens (I Reel)
T/9569 Sum Game (1 Reel)
T/9570 Take Your Seat (I Reel)
T/9571 Still Life (1 Reel)
T/9572 Spinning a Yarn (I Reel)
T/9573 Stage-Coaching ( 1 Reel)
T/9574 Keeping the Piece (1 Reel)
T/9575 Mewsical Airs (1 Reel)
T/9576 Fare's Fair (1 Reel)
T/9577 Brake it Gently (1 Reel)
T/9601 Pathe-Vox Review No. 4 ( 1 Reel) ...
T/9602 Pathe-Vox Review No. 5 ( I Reel) ...
T/9603 Pathe-Vox Review No. 6 ( 1 Reel) ...
T/9604 Pathe-Vox Review No. 7 ( 1 Reel) ...
T/9630 A Day at the Soviet Front (1 Reel) ...
T/9631 A Strong Point 42 (2 Reels)
T/9654 Murder on the Yukon (6 Reels)
T/9658 Mystery Liner (6 Reels)
T/9661 Night Alarm (6 Reels)
T/9665 Tarzan and the Green Goddess (6 Reels)
T/9691 Roof of America (2 Reels)
T/9692 Jivin' and Jammin' (2 Reels)
T/9693 Lands' End to John O'Groats (3 Reels)
T/9694 Sentinel Isle (2 Reels)
T/969S Across the Waters (2 Reels)
T/9696 Four Thousand Years (2 Reels)
T/9700 Men of Tomorrow (2 Reels)
T/9701 The Last Journey (I Reel)
T/9707 Trooping the Colour (1 Reel)
T/9716 Tin Pan Alley (I Reel)
T/9731 Variety Jubilee (9 Reels)
T/9733 Return Fare to Laughter (3 Reels)...
T/9737 Send for Paul Temple (9 Reels)
T/9738 Coronation of Her Majesty
T/9742 Paul Temple's Triumph (9 Reels) ...
T/974^- Calling Paul Temple (9 Reels)
T/9745 Silver Bullet (6 Reels)
T/9749 Sky Bandits (6 Reels)
T/9750 Three on the Trail (6 Reels)
T/9751 The Eagles Brood (6 Reels)
T/9753 Down Among the " Z " Men (6 Reels)
T/9754 Thames Valley (2 Reels)
T/9755 Gaiety George (9 Reels)
T/9757 Fighting Mad (6 Reels)
T/9758 Crashing Thru" (6 Reels)
T/9759 Rendezvous 24 (8 Reels)
T/9760 Christmas Day Round the World
T/9761 Jewels of Brandenburg (8 Reels)
T/9762 Land of My Fathers (4 Reels) ...
T/9763 Our Mr. Shakespeare (4 Reels)
T/9764 Flannelfoot (9 Reels)
T/9765 Forces' Sweetheart (9 Reels) ...
T/9766 Behind the Headlines (5 Reels)
T/9767 The Young Athlete (Sprinting and
Hurdling) (2 Reels)
T/9768 The Young Athlete (The High Jump
T/9769 The Youth Athlete (How To Throw
the Javelin) (2 Reels)
T/9772 Son Review No. I
T/9773 Son Review No. 2
T/9774 Son Review No. 3
T/9779 Man On The Cliff (3 Reels) ...
T/9780 Let's Go Crazy (3 Reels)
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Sunbridge Road ...
Erricks', 42 Market Street
Royal Sutcliffe Cine Equipments, 55/9 Godwin St.
J. F. Smith, 4 Victoria Road
H. Saianson & Co., 17 Castle Mill Street
Amateur Cine Service Ltd., 44 Widmore Road ...
Frank Taylor, 299 Manchester Road
W. J. Cook & Son. 10 Cornhill
W. J. Bennetts & Sons, 16 Cross Street
A. S. Campkin & Son, 1 Rose Crescent ...
G. Holley, M.P.S., Maindy Pharmacy,
144 North Road
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H. Salanson & Co. Ltd., 119 Queen Street ... - S P
Finlay Cine & Photographic Service, 423 High St. T S P
D. H. R. Moody (Chemists) Ltd., Photographic
Dept., 81 Rosemary Road - S P
Coventry Cine Service, 78 Queen Victoria Street - S P
Watsofilms Ltd., Film House, Charles Street ... T S P
DARLINGTON ... J. E. Hodgson Ltd.. 14 High Row - S
DERBY Hoare & Son, The Spot - S
DERBY Hurst & Wallis Ltd., Camera House, 22/23 Sadler
Gate - S
DEV^SBURY ... Shires Cine Service, 27 Foundry Street - S
DONCASTER ... Photographies, 43 Balby Road - S
DORKING ... Alan V\/oodcock. 201 High Street - S
DOVER Hudson Photo Service, 74 London Road - S
Tucker & Co., 123 Field End Road - S
Jardine Studios Ltd.. 252 Hertford Road - S
Frank Woods (Epsom) Ltd., 1/3 Waterloo Road - S
Hinton Lake & Son. 41/42 High Street - S
Mobile Cine Services, 5 Turner Avenue ... ... T S
Seymour Harrison, 21 Tontine Street
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GLOUCESTER ... V. Leach, 81 Denmark Road
GRANTHAM ... Frank Hall & Son Ltd.. 15 Wharf Road
GRAVESEND ... A. J. Horton, 21 High Street
GRAVESEND ... C. J. White, 182 Parrock Street ...
GT. YARMOUTH Doughty. 80/82 Regent Road
HALIFAX Timothy Whites & Taylors Ltd., 2 Arcade Royale - S -
HANLEY S.O.T. ... John Martin (Staffs) Ltd., 19 & 23 Pall Mall ... - S P
HASTINGS ... Gifford Boyd, 36 Robertson Street - S P
HEREFORD ... Wyeval Film Service, 32 Broad Street - S -
HOUNSLOW ... The Laurel Cine Exchange, 624 Bath Rd., Cranford - S P
HUDDERSFIELD ... Huddersfield and Dist. Co-op. Soc. Ltd.,
31 Buxton Road - S -
HUDDERSFIELD ... Timothy White & Taylors Ltd.,
36 John Williams Street - S -
R. Vincent Ltd., 21 Beehive Lane ...
H. & R. Sneezum, 14-20 Fore Street
LEEDS The Leeds Industrial Co-op. Soc. Ltd.,
Photographic Dept., 6 Albion Street ...
LEICESTER ... Cecil Jacobs, M.P.S., 27 & 29 Granby Street
LEICESTER ... F. E. Jessop, 4 Oxford Street
LEICESTER ... Midland Camera Co. Ltd., One-O-Six Granby St.
LEICESTER ... Youngs (Chemists) Ltd., 42 Belvoir Street
LEIGH-ON-SEA ... Sound Track Enterprises. 149A Leigh Road
LETCHWORTH ... E. E. Russell (Chemists) Ltd.. Leys Avenue
LIVERPOOL 22 ... j. Allen Jones Ltd.. 122 South Road
LONGTON S.O.T. W. Williamson & Co.. 1 Gold Street
LOUTH Gordon Lock Ltd., Eastgate
LOWESTOFT ... Reliance Cine-Photo Service. 77/78 High Street...
LYMINGTON ... Clissold Loveland, 50 High Street
Film Library Services
Mansfield Sutton & Dist. Co-op., 27 Stockwell Gate - S
Camera House Film Library, 15 Northdown Road - S
F. Chappell, 23 Queen Street ... ... ... T S
A. Enock Ltd., 201 Linthorpe Road - S
Gilfilms Cine Service, Film House, 95 Euston Road T S
NELSON P. B. Mather, 3 Manchester Road T S
NEWBURY ... E. C. Paine. 82/83 Bartholomew Street - S
NEWCASTLE-ON- Turners (Newcastle upon Tyne) Ltd., Camera
TYNE ... House. Pink Lane - S
NEWQUAY ... Bathes Ltd.. 51 Bank Street - S
NORTHAMPTON J. R. Giles & Son, 237 Wellingborough Road ... - S
NORTHAMPTON C. F. Allen Ltd., Market Square - S
NORTH SHIELDS C. G. Preston, M.P.S., Walton Avenue, Hawkey's
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NORTHWICH ... Mid-Cheshire Film Library, 40 High Street ... - S
NORWICH ... Norwich Cine Service Ltd., 169a Drayton Road - S
NOTTINGHAM ... P. Heathcote Ltd., 300/302 Radford Road ... - S
NOTTINGHAM ... J. R. Norris Ltd., 32 Friar Lane - S
Fotokine (Reading) Ltd., 100 St. Aldates ...
PAIGNTON ... Bathes Ltd.. 61 Torbay Road
PLYMOUTH ... W. L. Grist Ltd.. 50 Ebrington Street
PLYMOUTH ... PlymouthCo-op.Soc. Ltd.. 67 Mutley Plain, Mutley
PLYMOUTH ... Plymouth Cine Service, 20 Saltash Street
Fotokine (Reading) Ltd., 357 Oxford Road
C.E. & A. A. May, 114 London Street
Whitby's Camera Shop, 43 Whitley Street
Armours, 119 Yorkshire Street
Bamford & Sons Ltd., 242 Yorkshire Street
Rochdale Photographic Stores, 168 Spotland Road
Rotherham Cine Service, 74 Frederick Street
H. Blackham & Son Ltd., 17/21 Albert Street
A. J. George, 81 Washbrook Road ...
A. G. Eggington & Son Ltd., 83 Washway Road ... - S -
T. T. Johnson Ltd., 17/19 Catherine Street ... - S P
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Ernest Fielder. 121 St. John's Hill - S -
Sheffield Photo Co. Ltd., 6 Norfolk Row (Fargate) - S P
William Martin Ltd., 113 Above Bar - S -
William Martin Ltd., 117 East Street - S P
Scott & Son, 94 Kensington Road - S -
Bathes Ltd., 49 Fore Street - S -
Home Cinema Service, 82 Wellington Street ... T S P
Barry's, Yarm Lane Corner ... ... ... ... - S -
Saxons Ltd.. 29 Holmeside ... ... ... ... - S -
Doilond & Aitchison Ltd.. 34 Castle Street ... - S -
TORQUAY ... Bathes Ltd.. 24 Fleet Street - S -
WARRINGTON ... Kirkham Film Service. 111/117 Winwick Road ... T S P
WEST BROMWICH Filmequipments (Midlands) Ltd., 16 New Street... ISP
SEA Charles W. Bruce. M.P.S.. 5 & 7 West Road ... - S -
Film Library Services
T. D. Pattison (Chemists) Ltd.. 81 York Road
J. A. Robinson (Chemist), 68 Murray Street
Masons Chemists, 61 Baxtergate ...
Wellstead & Son, Main Road, Colden Common
Cine Equipments Ltd., Queen Street
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J. E. Henderson Ltd., 377 Union Street
J. Lizars Ltd., 118 Union Street ...
Elene Mae, I High Street
J. D. Brown, 28 Castle Street
Morris Allan, 22 Chalmer Street ...
J. Lizars Ltd., 6 & 8 Shandwick Place
J. Lizars Ltd., 101/107 Buchanan Street
Robert Love & Son, 107 West Blackhall Street
Stewart. Old Cross
John Wright & Sons, 14 Carlisle Road
JERSEY C. H. Cristin, 17 Mulcaster Street
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SHETLAND ... Bayes Film & Equipments, Sellafirth, Lerwick
Mickey Mouse Cartoons
Popeye and Betty Boop Cartoons
Cartoons — Miscellaneous
Travel . . .
Drama . . .
Musicals ... ...
FILM LIBRARY SERVICES
Film Library Services ...
Neu- films are released every two months and
are listed in the pages of the Pathescope Gazette.
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PRIDE OF POSSESSION
It would be difficult, if not impossible, to form a complete
list of one's individual possessions.
Supposing you try.
/. Motor cor, horse or bicycle.
2. House, flat or caravan.
3. Grandfather c/ock, alarm clock or wristwatch.
4. Etc., etc., etc.
Even material things v/ill make a surprising list and you would
probably miss quite a number.
You will certainly be missing much more if you cannot add
the following or something on similar lines.
5. A friend's smile.
6. Your wife with junior in her arms.
7. Junior's first steps.
8. The everyday local things in which you find happiness
— in the garden, the sports club, the swimming
9. Holidays, from the world cruise down to local
You can place these and many, many happy moments
on record with a Pathescope cine camera and much as
your appreciation of professionally made films may foe you
will find your own personal films will at once take pride
of place for your audiences.
NORTH CIRCULAR ROAD. CRICKLEWOOD,